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Concacaf Champions League this week ...
September 28th, 2011 12:10AM
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[SCOREBOARD] Defending champion Monterrey of Mexico moved closer to returning to the knockout stage of the Concacaf Champions League with a 1-0 over Herediano of Costa Rica, which was eliminated with the loss. For all the results and current standings ...

Day 5 Results:
Sept. 27
Group C
Toronto FC 1 UNAM 1.

TFC: Peri Marosevic 30
UNAM: Marco Palacios 50.

Group D
Comunicaciones 2 Seattle Sounders 2.

COM: Transito Montepeque 7
SEA: Osvaldo Alonso 44
COM: Rafael Morales 64
SEA: Osvaldo Alonso 89
Monterrey 1 Herediano 0.
MON: Jesus De Nigris 29

Day 5 Schedule:
Sept. 28
Group A
10:00 PM
Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Morelia
Group B
8:00 PM
Real Espana vs. Santos
10:00 PM
Isidro Metapan vs. Colorado Rapids

Group C
8:00 PM
Tauro FC vs. FC Dallas

Sept. 29
Group A
10:00 PM
Alajuelense vs. Motagua

Day 6 Schedule:
Oct. 18
Group A
8:00 PM
Morelia vs. Alajuelense
Group C
8:00 PM
FC Dallas vs. Toronto FC
Group D
10:00 PM
Seattle Sounders vs. Monterrey

Oct. 19
Group B
8:00 PM
Santos vs. Colorado Rapids
Group C
10:00 PM
UNAM vs. Tauro FC
Group D
10:00 PM
Herediano vs. Comunicaciones

Oct. 20
Group A
10:00 PM
Motagua vs. Los Angeles Galaxy
Group B
8:00 PM
Isidro Metapan vs. Real Espana

Group A
9 Alajuelense 3-0-1 5/5
6 Morelia 2-0-1 6/2
6 Los Angeles Galaxy 2-0-2 5/2
0 Motagua 0-0-3 2/10
Group B

6 Isidro Metapan 2-0-1 6/4
6 Santos 2-0-1 7/5
4 Colorado Rapids 1-1-2 6/9
4 Real Espana 1-1-2 6/7
Group C

8 UNAM 2-2-1 7/2
7 FC Dallas 2-1-1 3/3
7 Toronto FC 2-1-2 4/6
2 Tauro FC 0-2-2 2/4
Group D
10 Seattle Sounders 3-1-1 9/5
9 Monterrey 3-0-2 9/3
7 Comunicaciones 2-1-2 7/9
3 Herediano 1-0-4 2/10<

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