• Thursday Aug 18, 2016

    SCCL Game Notes: Suchitepequez v Real Esteli

    Real Esteli (pictured) celebrates after scoring against host FC Dallas in a Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League match on August 4, 2016, in Frisco, Texas, USA. (Photo: Mexsport)

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

    Real Esteli
    Games Played
    Goals For
    Goals Against
    Referee - Ricangel DE LECA (ARU)
    AR1 - Richard WASHINGTON (JAM)
    AR2 - Eugene FARRO (ARU)
    4th - Valdin LEGISTER (JAM)
    Suspended - None
    Estadio Mateo Flores – Guatemala City, Guatemala

    Game Notes

    Qualification Method: Champion, 2016 Guatemalan Clausura
    Previous SCCL Appearances: none
    CONCACAF Club Titles: none
    Best SCCL Finish: first-ever appearance
    All-Time SCCL ... Record: W-0; D-0; L-0; GF-0; GA-0 / Home Record: W-0; D-0; L-0; GF-0; GA-0
    Along with Antigua GFC, Suchitepequez debut marks first SCCL in which Guatemala has not been represented by Comunicaciones and/or Municipal ... will be 7th different team from Guatemala to play in SCCL
    Will be sixth team to make SCCL debut in 2016/17 tournament, two hours before Honduras Progreso becomes the seventh and final side to do so
    Defeated Comunicaciones in 2016 Clausura Final (4-2 agg.) for first-ever league championship ... Francisco Ezequiel Ladogana, Nelson Enrique Miranda and Domingo Omar Zalazar scored goals in a 3-0 home victory in the second leg on May 29 after Comunicaciones won 2-1 in the first leg played three days earlier
    In Clausura triumph, became ninth team to win league title in Guatemala’s professional era ... Seventh team to win league crown since Apertura-Clausura format began in 1999-2000
    2016 Guatemalan Apertura Record (10th place): W-2; D-1; L-4; GF-6; GA-13 ... Last Outing: 0-3 away loss v Xelaju ... 13 goals allowed is a league-high
    Real Esteli
    2016/17 SCCL Results: 1-2 away loss to FC Dallas (Juan Berdun 48’)
    Qualification Method: Champion with most combined points from 2015 Apertura & 2016 Clausura seasons
    SCCL Appearances: 6-2008/09, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2016/17
    CONCACAF Club Titles: none
    Best SCCL Finish: Group Stage-3 (2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15)
    All-Time SCCL ... Record: W-0; D-5; L-12; GF-7; GA-27 / Away Record: W-0; D-1; L-8; GF-3; GA-18
    All-Time SCCL Record v Central American clubs: W-0; D-1; L-5; GF-1; GA-8 ... 4 of 5 losses by same 1-0 score ... 1st ever SCCL game v Guatemalan opposition
    13 of 17 all-time SCCL games decided by 1 goal or fewer ... only team in SCCL history to play 10 games or more and not register a win
    Never scored more than 1 goal in a SCCL match
    Conceded at least 1 goal in 16 of 17 all-time SCCL games (0-0 neutral site draw v Impact de Montreal on September 2, 2008)
    2016 Nicaraguan Apertura Record (1st place): W-2; D-0; L-0; GF-13; GA-1 ... Last Outing: 6-1 away win over Sebaco (Samuel Wilson 7’ pen, 11’; Gregorio Torres 10’; Luis Galeano 26’; Luis Copete 42’; Nahum Peralta 61’)
    Club’s All-Time SCCL Scorers: Rudel Alessandro Calero (2 goals); Juan Barrera, Juan Berdun, Manuel Rosas, Rodrigo Valiente, own-goal in favor of (1)
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