• Tuesday Apr 02, 2013

    All-Time CCL semifinal results

    All-Time CCL semifinal results/summaries

    SEATTLE, Washington - The semifinals of the 2012/2013 CONCACAF Champions League kick-off on Tuesday with two teams that met in last year's quarterfinals, when the Seattle Sounders host Santos at CenturyLink Field.

    Match summaries from each of the previous 16 CCL semifinal encounters can be found below:

    2008/09
    FIRST LEG
    March 17, 2009 at Bayamon, Puerto Rico - Estadio Juan Ramon Loubriel (Att: 12,751)
    Puerto Rico Islanders 2
    (Sandy Gbandi 4', Nicholas Addlery 36')
    Cruz Azul 0

    March 18, 2009 at Torreon, Mexico - Estadio Corona (Att: 7,500)
    Santos 2
    (Carlos Darwin Quintero 5', 73')
    Atlante 1 (Gabriel Pereyra 33')

    SECOND LEG
    April 7, 2009 at Mexico City, Mexico - Estadio Azul (Att: 6,928)
    Cruz Azul 3
    (Pablo Zeballos 44', Javier Orozco 85', Cesar Villaluz 99')
    Puerto Rico Islanders 1 (Sandy Gbandi 92')
    3-3 on aggregate after extra time, Cruz Azul advances 4-2 on penalty kicks

    April 8, 2009 at Cancun, Mexico - Estadio Olímpico Andrés Quintana Roo (Att: 12,000)
    Atlante 3
    (Rafael Marquez Lugo 42', 90'; Giancarlo Maldonado 73')
    Santos 1 (Matias Vuoso 68')
    Atlante advances 4-3 on aggregate

     

    2009/10
    FIRST LEG
    March 30, 2010 at Toluca, Mexico - Estadio Nemesio Diez (Att: 13,898)
    Toluca 1
    (Edgar Dueñas 58')
    Pachuca 1 (Dario Cvitanich 34')

    March 31, 2010 at Mexico City, Mexico - Estadio Olímpico Universitario (Att: 32,177)
    Pumas 1
    (Pablo Barrera 24')
    Cruz Azul 0

    SECOND LEG
    April 6, 2010 at Mexico City, Mexico - Estadio Azul (Att: 28,900)
    Cruz Azul 5
    (Cristian Riveros 36', Horacio Cervantes 74', Adrian Cortes 76', Rogelio Chavez 83', Edgar Gerardo Lugo 90')
    Pumas 0
    Cruz Azul advances 5-1 on aggregate

    April 7, 2010 at Pachuca, Mexico - Estadio Miguel Hidalgo (Att: 25,000)
    Pachuca 1
    (own-goal Manuel De La Torre 5')
    Toluca 0
    Pachuca advances 2-1 on aggregate

     

    2010/11
    FIRST LEG
    March 15, 2011 at Sandy, Utah, USA - Rio Tinto Stadium (Att: 16,668)
    Real Salt Lake 2
    (Alvaro Saborio 9', Fabian Espindola 57')
    Saprissa 0

    March 16, 2011 at Monterrey, Mexico - Estadio Tecnológico (Att: 22,469)
    Monterrey 2
    (Neri Cardozo 9', Sergio Santana 55')
    Cruz Azul 1 (Adrian Cortes 48')

    SECOND LEG
    April 5, 2011 at San Jose, Costa Rica - Estadio Ricardo Saprissa (Att: 21,065)
    Saprissa 2
    (Luis Diego Cordero 46', Alonso Solis 87' pen)
    Real Salt Lake 1 (Jamison Olave 60')
    Real Salt Lake advances 3-2 on aggregate

    April 6, 2011 at Mexico City, Mexico - Estadio Azul (Att: 24,574)
    Cruz Azul 1
    (Cesar Villaluz 23')
    Monterrey 1 (Humberto Suazo 81' pen)
    Monterrey advances 3-2 on aggregate

     

    2011/12
    FIRST LEG
    March 28, 2012 at Toronto, Canada - BMO Field (Att: 18,950)
    Toronto FC 1
    (Miguel Aceval 37')
    Santos 1 (Herculez Gomez 30')

    March 28, 2012 at Monterrey, Mexico - Estadio Tecnológico (Att: 26,716)
    Monterrey 3
    (Miguel Morales 7'; Aldo De Nigris 60', 72')
    Pumas 0

    SECOND LEG
    April 4, 2012 at Torreon, Mexico - Estadio Corona (Att: 26,843)
    Santos 6
    (Herculez Gomez 31', 45'+2; Juan Pablo Rodriguez 56 pen, 64' pen; Oribe Peralta 66'; Daniel Ludueña 90'+2
    Toronto FC 2 (Joao Plata 15', 43')
    Santos advances 7-3 on aggregate

    April 4, 2012 at Mexico City, Mexico - Estadio Olímpico Universitario (Att: 7,300)
    Pumas 1
    (Jose Antonio Garcia 71')
    Monterrey 1 (Angel Reyna 35')
    Monterrey advances 4-1 on aggregate

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