On the timeline of Aaron Herrera’s career with CF Montreal, there is an easily identifiable breaking point. There is the pre-Bryce Duke era and the post-Kamal Miller era. For three games, the pair that operates on the right side have had fun at the expense of opposing defenses.

Herrera took the shot that led to the hosts’ first goal and got the assist on the second to allow the Impact to take the measure of Orlando City SC 2-0, Saturday night at Saputo Stadium.

After just four games since forming a duo with Duke, Herrera has two assists and two of his balls have turned into an own goal. Decisive.

The two alumni of the Real Salt Lake academy led the Montreal offense during the winning streak. After winning against two clubs in difficulty, the Bleu-blanc-noir was able to sign a third consecutive victory in MLS and a fourth in all competitions.

It should be noted, however, that the Leonine team was the most dangerous for the first 45 minutes, but the CFM was more opportunistic in the second half of the match. However, these are three precious points that the Impact stole from an Eastern Association rival. Casually this good sequence has two points from the red line.