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March 9th, 2012 12:12AM
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[SCOREBOARD] Mark Blanco scored two goals to give El Salvador's Isidro Metapan a 2-1 win over UNAM of Mexico in the first leg of their Concacaf Champions League quarterfinal series. For all the Concacaf Champions League action ...

RESULTS:
Quarterfinals, First Leg
Thursday, March 8
Isidro Metapan 2 UNAM 1
MET: Mark Blanco 26
MET: Mark Blanco 48
UNAM: Eduardo Herrera 66

Wednesday, March 7
Toronto FC 2 Los Angeles Galaxy 2
TFC: Ryan Johnson 12
TFC: Luis Silva 18
LA: Mike Magee 29
LA: Landon Donovan 88
Att.: 47,658.

Seattle Sounders 2 Santos 1
SEA: David Estrada 12
SAN: Herculez Gomes 61
SEA: Brad Evans 63
Att.: 22,513

Tuesday, March 6

Morelia 1 Monterrey 3
MON: Humberto Suazo 28
MON: Humberto Suazo 44
MOR: Joel Huiqui 60
MON: Humberto Suazo 82

SCHEDULE:
Quarterfinals, Second Leg
Tuesday, March 13
Monterrey vs. Morelia, 10 pm ET, Galavision
Wednesday, March 14
Santos vs. Seattle Sounders, 8 pm ET, Fox Soccer, TeleFutura
Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Toronto FC, 10 pm ET, Fox Soccer, TeleFutura
Thursday, March 15
UNAM vs. Isidro Metapan, 10 pm ET, Galavision

Note: All games will be streamed on Concacaf TV.



1 comment
  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: March 9, 2012 at 9:48 a.m.
    This is a bigger win than any other in Concachampion play so far. Its amazing how these small country clubs with majority national players can compete at this level. Good job El Salvador.

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