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Liga de Campeones CONCACAF | Vicente Sánchez y su nostalgia por el Toluca, previo a la vuelta vs San Jose Earthquakes
El delantero uruguayo del Colorado Rapids, Vicente Sánchez es una voz autorizada para hablar de temas del fútbol mundial, específicamente de los dos principales de la zona de CONCACAF, y por supuesto de la selección uruguaya y su amado Toluca.
CAMADA DE ÉPOCA EN TOLUCA
Sánchez no puede ocultar su tremendamente diabólico corazón rojo del Toluca. El uruguayo se emociona notablemente al hablar del club rojo, y de su época dorada que vivió con el club.
In the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals on March 11, Toluca did something that very few teams do. But not in a good way.
The Mexican club controlled 65 percent of the possession against the San Jose Earthquakes but were only able to get one shot on target, albeit one that provided their only goal in a 1-1 draw.
Over the course of the San Jose Earthquakes’ first two competitive matches of 2014, head coach Mark Watson has been moved by necessity to use a three-man backline for nearly an hour’s worth of playing time.
With so many defenders missing in action, the question now is whether Watson will be forced to make that move before the opening whistle Wednesday night, when the Earthquakes play the second leg of their CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal against top-seeded Mexican side Toluca (8 pm ET, FOX Sports 2, Univision Deportes).
Toluca have been training hard to counter the San Jose Earthquakes’ threat from set pieces and crosses ahead of the teams' CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal second leg on Wednesday in Mexico (8 pm ET, FOX Sports 2, Univision Deportes), according to Diablos Rojos left back Miguel Ponce.
The most important game of the year to date.
That’s how Cruz Azul striker Mariano Pavone sees Wednesday's CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal second leg against Sporting Kansas City (10 pm ET, FOX Soccer 2, Galavision). And his team is intent on overcoming the 1-0 deficit from the first leg.
TIJUANA, Mexico – The LA Galaxy's horrid first-half performance cost them their chance to advance to the CONCACAF Champions League semifinals. Their play after halftime nearly pushed them through to the next round.
TIJUANA, Mexico – The LA Galaxy lost command of their CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal series less than a minute into Tuesday night's second leg, were playing catch-up after 10 minutes, and found themselves in a deepening hole before a half-hour had gone by.