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CONCACAF CHAMPIONS CUP: San Jose wins, but falls two goals short as Costa Ricans advance
March 25th, 2004 1:53AM
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The San Jose Earthquakes hit the crossbar twice and forced Alajuela goalkeeper Ricardo Gonzalez to make several spectacular saves while managing only a 1-0 win, which gave the Costa Ricans a 3-1 aggregate victory and a spot in the semifinals, where they will meet Mexico's Monterrey.

San Jose forward Landon Donovan did not dress for Wednesday's game in San Jose, Calif., because of flu-like symptoms.

Arturo Alvarez and Ramiro Corrales hit the crossbar while Dwayne De Rosario was denied by Gonzalez and had a goalward shot cleared by a defender, as did Brian Mullan.

Mullan scored San Jose's goal in the 90th minute on an assist by Brian Ching.



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