Luis Barraza celebrates the win with defender Anton Tinnerholm. (Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY)

It was a night of firsts for goalkeeper Luis Barraza.

Not only did he win his first Major League Soccer game with New York City FC Wednesday night, the 24-year-old also recorded his first shutout and registered his first assist.

Not too shabby.

His long goal set up Ismael Tajouri-Shradi’s goal in a 1-0 victory over CF Montreal at Red Bull Arena. The win snapped Montreal’s six-game unbeaten streak.

The win boosted seventh-place City over the .500 mark at 6-5-2 and 20 points. Fifth-place Montreal (22) dropped to 6-4-4.

Barraza created the lone goal in the 29th minute on a goal kick down field to the racing Tajouri-Shradi. The ball bounced twice as the NYCFC forward beat Zorhan Bassong before lobbing the ball over goalkeeper James Pantemis.

NYCFC next will welcome Orlando City SC Sunday at 6 p.m.