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Concacaf Champions League this week ...
October 20th, 2011 12:18AM

TAGS:  concacaf champions league, mexico, mls


[SCOREBOARD] UNAM clinched first place and the second berth in in the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Champions League with a 1-0 win over FC Tauro over Panama. Toronto FC clinched the other berth on Tuesday. The remaining two berths will be decided on Thursday. The Los Angeles Galaxy will beat out Alajuelense for the second spot from Group A with a win at Motagua of Honduras on Thursday.

Day 6 Results:
Oct. 19
Group B
Santos 2 Colorado Rapids 0
SAN: Aaron Galindo 55
SAN: Alonso Escoboza 66

Group C
UNAM 1 Tauro FC 0
UNAM: Juan Cacho 44

Group D
Herediano 4 Comunicaciones 1

COM: Carlos Mejia 6
HER: Jorge Barbosa 13
HER: Jorge Barbosa 41
HER: Cristian Montero 48
HER: Jose Cordero 61

Oct. 18
Group A
Morelia 2 Alajuelense 1.

ALA: Pablo Daniel Antonio Gabas 36
MOR: Joao Rojas 55
MOR: Miguel Sabah 58

Group C
FC Dallas 0 Toronto FC 3.
FCD: Danny Koevermans 28
FCD: Joao Plata 69
FCD: Joao Plata 80

Group D
Seattle Sounders 1 Monterrey 2.
MON: Abraham Dario Carreo 2
SEA: Fredy Montero 41
MON: Cesar Delgado 60

Day 6 Schedule:
Oct. 20
Group A
10:00 PM
Motagua vs. Los Angeles Galaxy
Group B
8:00 PM
Isidro Metapan vs. Real Espana

*Clinched playoff berths.

Group A
12 *Morelia 4-0-2 11/5
12 Alajuelense 4-0-2 8/6
9 Los Angeles Galaxy 3-0-2 7/4
0 Motagua 0-0-5 2/11
Group B

13 *Santos 4-1-1 16/6
7 Colorado Rapids 2-1-3 9/12
6 Isidro Metapan 2-0-3 7/13
5 Real Espana 1-2-2 7/8
Group C

11 *UNAM 3-2-1 8/2
10 *Toronto FC 3-1-2 7/7
7 FC Dallas 2-1-3 6/11
5 Tauro FC 1-2-3 7/8
Group D
12 *Monterrey 4-0-2 11/4
10 *Seattle Sounders 3-1-2 10/6
7 Comunicaciones 2-1-2 11/12
6 Herediano 2-0-4 6/11

  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: October 20, 2011 at 10:38 a.m.
    4 for 4 for Mexican teams. Maybe 3 for 5 for MLS. Historic? No. The same. I have to say I am now a Seattle fan. These guys are playing quality soccer.

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