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    All-Time SCCL semifinal results & scorers

    Action from the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League semifinal, second leg game between Cruz Azul (left) and Club Tijuana on April 9, 2014, in Mexico City. (Photo: Mexsport)

    HEREDIA, Costa Rica -- The 2014/15 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League semifinals open Tuesday with an encounter between Herediano and visiting Club America at the Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero.

    CONCACAF.com takes a look back at the match summaries from each of the previous 24 CCL semifinal games.

    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 Tibas, San Jose, Costa Rica – Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Ayma (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

    2012/13

    FIRST LEG

    April 2, 2013 at Seattle, Washington, USA – CenturyLink Field (Att: 21,057)

    Seattle Sounders  0

    Santos  1 (Herculez Gomez 54’)

    April 3, 2013 at Carson, California, USA – The Home Depot Center (Att: 21,745)

    LA Galaxy  1 (A.J. DeLaGarza 28’)

    Monterrey  2 (Humberto Suazo 82’; Aldo De Nigris 90’)

    SECOND LEG

    April 9, 2013 at Torreon, Mexico – Estadio Corona (Att: 19,595)

    Santos  1 (Carlos Darwin Quintero 21’)

    Seattle Sounders  1 (Lamar Neagle 73’)

    Santos advances 2-1 on aggregate

    April 10, 2012 at Monterrey, Mexico – Estadio Tecnologico (Att: 32,234)

    Monterrey  1 (Aldo De Nigris 81’)

    LA Galaxy  0

    Monterrey advances 3-1 on aggregate

    2013/14

    FIRST LEG

    April 1, 2014 at Alajuela, Costa Rica – Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto (Att: 16,573)

    Alajuelense  0

    Toluca  1 (Paulo Da Silva 71’)

    April 1, 2014 at Tijuana, Mexico – Estadio Caliente (Att: 22,333)

    Club Tijuana  1 (Cristian Pellerano 79’ pen)

    Cruz Azul  0

    SECOND LEG

    April 8, 2014 at Toluca, Mexico – Estadio Nemesio Diez (Att: 16,672)

    Toluca  2 (Carlos Esquivel 34’; Juan Manuel Salgueiro 62’)

    Alajuelense  0

    Toluca advances 3-0 on aggregate

    April 9, 2014 at Mexico City, Mexico – Estadio Azul (Att: 26,603)

    Cruz Azul 2 (own-goal, Javier Guemez 3’; Julio Dominguez 51’)

    Club Tijuana 0

    Cruz Azul advances 2-1 on aggregate

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