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Toronto FC must discover ruthless streak to beat Chivas in CCL final

Toronto FC defender Drew Moor reacts after narrowly missing a header.
Toronto missed too many chances.

TORONTO -- For the past 16 years, CONCACAF's continental club championship has been an unforgiving tournament for MLS sides. At the most critical junctures of the competition, there was a mistake made -- perhaps two -- that was ruthlessly punished. Maybe it was a loss of discipline, a missed chance, a defensive miscue or even a bad call. But ultimately, MLS sides would succumb.

That history is what makes Toronto FC's run to the final this year so compelling. The Reds have been the ones to do...

 By Tom Marshall

Never write off Matias Almeyda's Chivas, the all-Mexican underdogs

Alan Pulido's goal in the 72nd got Chivas the crucial second away goal.

The significance of Chivas' performance in their 2-1 win over Toronto FC in the CONCACAF Champions League first leg at BMO Field is directly related to the MLS side recording victories against both Tigres and Club America on the way to the final.

The style with which Toronto edged past Tigres in the quarterfinal and brushed aside Club America with relative ease had been noted in Mexico, and there wasn't much confidence in Chivas doing what the other Liga MX teams couldn't at BMO Field.

Toronto entered...

Chivas Guadalajara surprise Toronto FC to gain vital first-leg lead

Rodolfo Pizarro
It took just 63 seconds for Mexico international Rodolfo Pizarro to open the scoring for Chivas Guadalajara.

TORONTO -- C.D. Guadalajara claimed a precious 2-1 victory in the first leg of the finals of the CONCACAF Champions League.

Rodolfo Pizarro put the visitors on top in the second minute, only for Toronto's Jonathan Osorio to equalize in the midway through the first half.

But with the game appearing to tilt in TFC's direction, Alan Pulido's 72nd minute free kick from the left wing was misjudged by Alex Bono and sailed into the net.

Here are three thoughts on Chivas' victory:

1. Chivas in the driver's...

CONCACAF Champions League final: Do Toronto or Chivas have the edge?

ESPN FC's Herc Gomez feels Toronto FC have all the tools to win the CONCACAF Champions League against Chivas Guadalajara.

The CONCACAF Champions League final will be a battle of Major League Soccer vs. Liga MX, as Toronto FC and Chivas will do battle over two legs, with the first game on Tuesday at BMO Field. How did these two teams get here, and what are their chances of going on to win it all? ESPN FC's Jeff Carlisle and Tom Marshall take a first look ahead of the final.

1. How did each team reach the final?

Jeff Carlisle: After disposing of the Colorado Rapids in the round of 16, Toronto has taken out two Liga...

Chivas heroic in CONCACAF Champions League, America stumble

ESPN FC's Herc Gomez feels Toronto FC have all the tools to win the CONCACAF Champions League against Chivas Guadalajara.

Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on ESPN Deportes and was translated for ESPN FC.

LOS ANGELES -- Chivas wanted it, knew how to get it and got it. America wanted it but didn't know how and, in the end, couldn't get it at all.

The ultimate battle in the CONCACAF Champions League will be fought between Mexico and Canada. The United States will have to settle for watching the World Cup on TV and didn't even advance to the final. In the end, it will be an affair between Guadalajara and...

New York Red Bulls suffer familiar fate in CCL exit to Chivas Guadalajara

Kemar Lawrence reacts after nearly missing a chance to score a goal for the New York Red Bulls.
Kemar Lawrence reacts after just missing on a scoring opportunity for the New York Red Bulls.

Chivas Guadalajara withstood a withering 90 minutes of near constant pressure from the New York Red Bulls to secure a 0-0 tie in the second leg of their CONCACAF Champions League semifinal, which was good enough for a 1-0 aggregate triumph.

Here are three thoughts from yet another CCL disappointment for a Major League Soccer side.

1. Same old story for Red Bulls

The Red Bulls have a history of dominating postseason matches at home but not finding the critical goal needed to make a breakthrough....