• Tuesday Oct 20, 2015

    SCCL Game Notes: Motagua v Club America

    Action from the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League match between Motagua (blue jersey) and host Club America on August 5, 2015, in Mexico City. (Photo:Mexsport)

    For official CONCACAF Game Notes for this game, click here.

    FC Motagua
    Club América
    Games Played
    Goals For
    Goals Against
    Referee - Marlon Mejia (El Salvador)
    AR1 - Jose Mangandi (El Salvador)
    AR2 - David Moran Santos (El Salvador)
    4th - Edenilson Ventura (El Salvador)
    Suspended - Henry Figueroa (Motagua)
    Estadio Tiburcio Carias Andino – Tegucigalpa, Honduras 

    Game Notes

    FC Motagua
    2015/16 SCCL Results: 4-0 away loss v Club America; 2-0 home win v Walter Ferretti (Felix Crisanto 68’; Eddie Hernandez 75’); 2-1 away win v Walter Ferretti (Erick Andino 43’ pen; Israel Silva 90’+3)
    Qualification Method: Champion, 2014 Honduran Apertura
    SCCL Appearances (3): 2010/11; 2011/12; 2015/16
    CONCACAF Club Titles: none
    Best SCCL Finish: Group Stage-1 (2011/12)
    All-Time SCCL Record: GP-13; W-3; D-1; L-9; GF-12; GA-24
    All-Time SCCL Home Record: GP-6; W-2; D-1; L-3; GF-10; GA-9
    Won 2 straight SCCL games after losing 8 previous outings ... 8-game losing streak was tied for 2nd longest in SCCL history: Tauro FC (9 games); San Juan Jabloteh (8)
    Scored 2 goals in each of last 2 SCCL games after being shutout in previous 4 outings
    Conceded at least 1 goal in 11 of 13 all-time SCCL games
    Captured 2014 Honduran Apertura title by defeating Real Sociedad in final (agg: 2-1)
    2015 Honduran Apertura Record (2nd place): GP-12; W-6; D-3; L-3; GF-28; GA-20
    Last 2015 Honduran Apertura Match: October 15, 2015 – Motagua 2 (Israel Silva 12’, 40’), Marathon 0
    All-Time SCCL scorers: Amado Guevara (4 goals); Jerry Bengtson (2); Erick Andino, Odis Borjas, Felix Crisanto, Eddie Hernandez, Guillermo Ramirez, Israel Silva (1)
    Club América
    2015/16 SCCL Results: 4-0 home win v Motagua (Ventura Alvarado 3’; Pablo Aguilar 6’; Oribe Peralta 41’; Rubens Sambueza 56’); 1-0 home win v Walter Ferretti (Michael Arroyo 71’); 3-1 away win v Walter Ferretti (Carlos Darwin Quintero 13’, 42’; Michael Arroyo 27’ pen)
    Qualification Method: Champion, 2014 Liga MX Apertura
    SCCL Appearances (3): 2013/14; 2014/15; 2015/16
    CONCACAF Club Titles (6): Champions Cup - 1977, 1987, 1990, 1992, 2006 ... SCCL – 2014/15 (tied with Cruz Azul for most CONCACAF club titles)
    Best SCCL Finish: Champion-1 (2014/15)
    All-Time SCCL Record: GP-17; W-12; D-2; L-3; GF-47; GA-12
    All-Time SCCL Away Record: GP-8; W-5; D-1; L-2; GF-22; GA-9
    Defending SCCL champion ... Defeated the Impact de Montreal in 2014/15 Final ... 1st leg: 1-1 home draw (Oribe Peralta 89’); 2nd leg: 4-2 away win (Dario Benedetto 50’, 67’, 81’; Oribe Peralta 65’)
    5W-1D-0L in last 6 SCCL games, including 4 straight wins ... scored 3 goals or more in 4 of those outings
    Conceded 6 goals in last 3 SCCL away games ... allowed only 3 goals in previous 5 SCCL away games
    Owns SCCL records for largest win and most goals scored in a single game (10-1 away win v Puerto Rico Bayamon on September 17, 2014)
    Oribe Peralta: 2013 CONCACAF Player of the Year ... 2011/12 SCCL Golden Ball winner, co-Golden Boot winner (7 goals) ... scored at least 1 goal in 5 different SCCLs ... tied with teammate Carlos Darwin Quintero for 2nd on SCCL all-time scoring list with 20 goals ... both trail #1 Javier Orozco by 5 goals ...
    2015 Liga MX Apertura Record (3rd Place): GP-13; W-8; D-0; L-5; GF-25; GA-15
    All-Time SCCL scorers: Oribe Peralta (8 goals); Dario Benedetto (7); Martin Zuñiga (5); Luis Gabriel Rey (4); Michael Arroyo, Carlos Darwin Quintero (3); Pablo Aguilar, Ventura Alvarado, Raul Jimenez, Emilio Sanchez (2); Andres Andrade, Christian Bermudez, Gil Buron, Alejandro Diaz, Gonzalo Diaz, Jose Guerrero, Osmar Mares, Rubens Sambueza, Moises Velasco (1)
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