CD FAS vs. Montreal Impact
2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League
August 20, 2014 | 10 pm ET | Estadio Cuscatlan
Watch on Sportsnet (CAN), Univision Deportes (USA)
"That's so CONCACAF" — a phrase we've all undoubtedly heard, or perhaps used, over the years while watching club and international soccer in North and Central America.
For instance, "[Team-X] just got CONCACAF'd," means, roughly, "[Team-X] just had the most utterly ridiculous thing happen to them, and the referee isn't going to do a thing about it."
GUADALAJARA, Mexico – Herculez Gomez opened his goal-scoring account for Tigres on an eventful night of action for Americans south of the border on Tuesday in both the Copa MX and CONCACAF Champions League.
MONTREAL – Almost one year ago, on August 21, 2013, the Montreal Impact fell 1-0 to Heredia in Guatemala City in the CONCACAF Champions League Group 5, where they eventually finished second to the San Jose Earthquakes. That night, three players made their team’s starting lineup for the first time.
Chorrillo FC consiguió un triunfo histórico al derrotar al vigente campeón de la Champions League, el Cruz Azul mexicano por 1-0.
El triunfo de los panameños no es para menospreciarse, ya que los cementeros salieron con titulares.
Liga MX giants Club América got a big win to start off their CONCACAF Champions League campaign, topping Puerto Rico Bayamón FC 6-1, but their crosstown rivals Cruz Azul, the defending champions did not fare so well in a 1-0 loss at Panamanian outfit Chorrillo.
Sporting Kansas City hizo su presentación en la edición 2014-15 de la Champions League con un sufrido empate de 1-1 como visitante en Nicaragua frente al Real Estelí.
Peter Vermes sabiendo de la dificultad del rival decidió alinear a un cuadro compuesto por una gran mayoría de titulares.
Sporting Kansas City put the ball in the net twice in their CONCACAF Champions League opener. Unfortunately for the defending MLS Cup champs, the ball only went into the opponent's goal once.