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CONCACAF CHAMPIONS CUP: First Round, Second Leg Summaries
March 27th, 2003 12:15PM

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March 26 in San Jose

San Jose (USA) 2 Municipal (Guat.) 1. Goals: Donovan 19, Ching 25; Plata 76.

San Jose -- Onstad, Roner, Waibel, Agoos, Dunivant (Alvarez, 77) Lagos, Ekelund, Corrales, Mullan, Ching (Walker, 83), Donovan.

Municipal -- D.Ortiz, E.D. Ortiz, Ponciano, Ruano, Chen, Albizuris (Bonilla, 73), Romero, Giron, Guevara, Acevedo, Plata (Castillo, 90).

Referee: Mike Seifert (Canada).

Att.: 4,594.

(Municipal wins 5-4 on aggregate.)

March 26 in Alajuela

Alajuela (C.R.) 1 New England Revolution (USA) 3. Goals: Fonseca 65; Twellman 18, Harris 54, Noonan 56.

Alajuela -- Gonzalez, Delgado, Chinchilla, Myrie, Sirias (Granados, 71), Macchi, Alfaro, C.Hernandez (Fonseca, 48), Lopez, Alpizar, Miso (Jimenez).

New England -- Brown, Kante, Pierce, Franchino, Cullen, D.Hernandez, Ralston (Griffiths, 79), Joseph, Noonan (Leonard, 73), Twellman, Harris (Kamler, 63).

Red cards: New England -- Joseph 63, D.Hernandez 65.

Referee: Rodolfo Sibrian (El Salvador).

Att.: n/a.

(Alajuela wins 5-3 on aggregate.)



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