Cruz Azul defeats Canadian Forge and advances to the CONCACAF Champions League quarter-finals


Mexican blue cross won 3-1 on Thursday Forger The Canadian sealed his ticket to the quarter-finals of the CONCACAF Champions League, where he will face CF Montreal from Honduras Rommel Keto.

Mexico City took a 1-0 lead from the first leg in Hamilton (Canada) and this Thursday did not give Forge any options to return, the entrant team in the main tournament of CONCACAF.

Paraguay’s Angel Romero, with his first goal in an “Acementera” jacket, opened the scoring at the Azteca Stadium after five minutes of play with a cross to the far post through Romulo Otero.

In the 21st minute, Mexican Rafael Baca made it 2-0 with a header for the team from outside the area.

Forte scored the first goal in its history in the tournament through David Choener in the 26th minute. The Canadian scored another shot from outside the area, this time Sebastian Jurado adjusted to the left post.

In the 44th minute, Paraguay Juan Escobar left the confrontation ready for a ruling by converting him 3-1, in a procedure in which he overcame the Canadian defense and headed into the net by sending Luis Mendoza.

Cruz Azul thus joins Lyon and Pumas as Mexican teams ranked for the quarter-finals, where they will attempt to extend the absolute dominance of Aztec football in the record of this tournament, which gives the winner a ticket to the upcoming FIFA Club World Cup.

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