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RSL wins group, Crew clinches
by Paul Kennedy, October 20th, 2010 12:05AM

TAGS:  columbus crew, concacaf champions league, real salt lake, seattle sounders


[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] It was a big night for MLS clubs in the Concacaf Champions League. Real Salt Lake won Group A ahead of Cruz Azul when it beat the Mexico City club, 3-1, while the Columbus Crew clinched a berth in the quarterfinals when Santos of Mexico crushed Municipal of Guatemala, 6-1.

Real Salt Lake drew 20,463 fans for the game, breaking the Rio Tinto Stadium record it had set on Saturday.

Besides Santos and the Crew, Saprissa moved into next year's final eight with a 2-1 over the Seattle Sounders.

The final two berths will be decided Wednesday in Group D. The Puerto Rico Islanders, the D-2 Pro League finalists after upset wins over Rochester and Vancouver, could return to the Concacaf final eight for the second time in three years, but they will probably require a win over Olimpia of Honduras in Tegucigalpa.

Toronto FC 1 Arabe Unido 0.
TFC -- Nana Attakora-Gyan 30

Real Salt Lake 3 Cruz Azul 1
CA -- Cesar Villaluz 70
RSL -- Paulo Araujo Jr. 42
RSL -- Paulo Araujo Jr. 66
RSL -- Collen Warner 69

Santos 6 Municipal 1
SAN -- Oribe Peralta 19
MUN -- Juan Castillo 38
SAN -- Daniel Luduena 26
SAN -- Rodrigo Ruiz 40
SAN -- Oribe Peralta 51     
SAN -- Carlos Darwin Quintero 80
SAN -- Daniel Luduena 86

Seattle Sounders 1 Saprissa 2
SEA -- Nate Jaqua 17
SAP -- Jairo Arrieta 25
SAP -- Josue Martinez 86

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