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Colorado Rapids vs. Montreal Impact - Man Of The Match

Who was the best Rapids player during the throttling of Montreal?

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

When you have a 4-1 win, everyone's going to have done their part. Who was the best player for the Rapids in the match against Montreal, though? Here are my top three suggestions, make sure to vote below:

Dillon Powers: An obvious choice here. Both started and ended the goalscoring and would have had an assist on his record as well if Deshorn Brown weren't the most snakebitten man in Major League Soccer. He just keeps on getting better and that's exciting.

Kamani Hill: Why not? Got the Rapids the second goal they were craving at the start of the second half, and generally looked dangerous around the 18-yard-box all night long. Looks very much at home as a winger in the 4-4-2 the Rapids have been running.

Drew Moor: A very solid defensive performance was masked a bit by the four goals scored. Drew Moor was at the center of that good defensive work. Helped to keep Montreal from pushing forward, did his part on set pieces, and also set up a chance that nearly turned into Deshorn Brown's third of the year.