Saprissa Ties In Montreal But Is Out Of The Concacaf Champions League

Fresh in memory is last week’s meeting between Saprissa and Montreal Impact. A bad approach gave the Canadians 45 minutes of play, which sealed their ticket to the next round of the Concacaf Champions League tying before the purples.

The Tibaseños arrived in North America with a 2-2 in the first leg, but this time they could not find an answer to the lock of the pupils of Tití Henry.

On the court the difference between both teams was not noticeable and the global score of 2-2 talks about two teams that could not be separated.


This Wednesday in Canada the Ticos did not play badly, but they fell short in their pursuit of the round of eight.

The purples controlled the ball for several minutes, found depth, but never felt like a sweeping team.

Those of Rye often sinned when passing the ball, which went from side to side, away from the danger zone.

Ariel Rodríguez, Yael López and Josué Martínez were the swaps of Centeno in search of the goal of the classification, although the eleven never showed itself deep, that never felt insisted on breaking the tables.

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