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April 27th, 2011 10:32PM
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[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Monterrey beat Real Salt Lake, 1-0, to win the 2011 Concacaf Champions League, 3-2, on aggregate. Chilean star Humberto Suazo scored for the Rayados just before halftime, and they held off RSL in the second half. The MLS club dominated play couldn't get more than half-chances. With the victory, Monterrey advances to the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup in Japan later this year. The loss ended RSL's 37-game unbeaten streak at home ...

Recap:
94th minute: Olave header goes through Orzco's fingers before being tipped away.
91st minute: Yellow card: Monterrey -- Suazo for time wasting.
85th minute: Substitution: Real Salt Lake -- Paulo Jr. for Espindola.
75th minute: Yellow card: Monterrey -- Osorio for time wasting.
75th minute: Yellow card: Monterrey -- Martinez for time wasting.
74th minute:  Substitution: Monterrey -- Davino for Martinez.
67th minute: Saborio header off Morales corner goes right to Orozco.
64th minute:
Substitution: Real Salt Lake -- Alvarez for Williams.
60th minute: Substitution: Monterrey -- Carreno for Santana.
46th minute: Substitution: Real Salt Lake -- Beltran for Russell.
MONTERREY GOAL Monterrey 1-0
45th minute: Suazo puts Monterrey ahead, executing two one-twos with Santana and scoring into the open goal after Rimando is beaten.
43rd minute:
Monterrey on the break ... Ayovi shoots wide.
42nd minute:
Yellow card: Monterrey S.Perez for tug on J.Morales.
32nd minute: Santana shoots wide with RSL central defense out of position for the first time.
30th minute:
Yellow card: Real Salt Lake -- Espindola.
10th minute: Espindola puts the best of several early chances wide of the Monterrey goal.

Summary:
April 27 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 0
Monterrey 1. Goal: Suazo 45.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Russell (Beltran, 46), Borchers, Olave, Wingert, Johnson, Grabavoy, Williams (Alvarez, 64), Morales, Saborio, Espindola (Paulo Jr, 87).
Monterrey --
Orozco, Basanta, H.Morales, S.Perez, Mier, Osorio, Cardozo (Meza, 77), Ayovi, Martinez (Davino, 74), Suazo, Santana (Carreno, 60).
Referee: Roberto Moreno (Panama).
Att.:
20,378.



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