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Toronto crushes late-arriving Aguila
August 2nd, 2012 12:43AM
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[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] If Salvadoran club Aguila looked a little worse for wear in its 5-1 loss to Toronto FC, it had good reason. It didn't arrive in Toronto until a few hours before kickoff after missing a connecting flight through Miami.

Bermudan Reggie Lambe scored twice to lead TFC to the win.

Luis Silva, Terry Dunfield and Ryan Johnson also scored for Toronto, which had reached the semifinals in the 2011-12 competition.

The game drew a crowd of only 5,324.

Mexican club Santos, the 2011-12 runner-up, is the third team in the group.



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