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Concacaf Champions League this week ...
September 16th, 2011 12:38AM

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[SCOREBOARD] Alajuelense made it a three-way tie for first place with the Los Angeles Galaxy and Morelia in the Concacaf Champions League's Group A thanks to its 4-2 win at Motagua of Honduras on Thursday night. Former MLS star Amado Guevara had drawn Motagua even at 2-2, but Alajuelense won thanks to a pair of late goals by Allen Guevara (no relation). For all the action ...

Results:
Sept. 15
Group A
Motagua (HON) 2 Alajuelense (CRC) 4.
MOT: Jerry Bengtson 5
ALA: Luis Miguel Valle 41
ALA: Jonathan McDonald 50
MOT: Amado Guevara 67
ALA: Allen Guevara 84
ALA: Allen Guevara 86

Sept. 14
Group C
FC Dallas 1 Tauro FC (PAN) 1

FCD: Daniel Cruz 1
TAU: Luis Moreno (pen.) 40
UNAM (MEX) 4 Toronto FC 0
UNAM: Martin Bravo 16
UNAM: Efrain Velarde 20
UNAM: Martin Bravo 32
UNAM: Martin Bravo 40
Group D
Herediano (CRC) 1 Seattle Sounders 2
SEA: Fredy Montero 3
HER: Jose Cancela (pen.) 45
SEA: Fredy Montero 54
Comunicaciones (GUA) 1 Monterrey (MEX) 0
COM: Carlos Ramirez 44

Sept. 13
Group A
Morelia (MEX) 2 Los Angeles Galaxy 1.
LA: Robbie Keane 51
LA: Adrian Alderete 83
MOR: Miguel Sabah 90
Group B
Colorado Rapids 1 Santos (MEX) 4
SAN: Daniel Luduena 14
SAN: Oribe Peralta 26
SAN: Carlos Quintero 63
SAN: Cristian Suarez 70
COL: Brian Mullan 76
Real Espana (HON) 1 Isidro Metapan (SAL) 2
MET: Ernesto Aquino 8
MET: Allan Kardeck 57
RE: Carlos Pavon 80

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Standings:
Group A
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
6 Morelia 2-0-1 6/2
6 Los Angeles Galaxy 2-0-1 5/1
6 Alajuelense 2-0-1 5/4
0 Motagua 0-0-3 2/10
Group B
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-

6 Isidro Metapan 2-0-1 6/4
6 Santos 2-0-1 7/5
4 Colorado Rapids 1-1-0 5/7
1 Real Espana 0-1-2 4/6
Group C
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-

7 FC Dallas 2-1-0 3/1
4 UNAM 1-1-1 4/1
3 Toronto FC 1-0-2 2/5
2 Tauro FC 0-2-1 2/3
Group D
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
9 Seattle Sounders 3-0-0 7/2
6 Comunicaciones 2-0-1 4/4
3 Monterrey 1-0-2 5/2
0 Herediano 0-0-3 1/9



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