America wants to settle the outstanding accounts with Monterrey, in the final of the CONCACAF Champions League
Monterrey snatched the 2019 Apertura title from America at the Azteca Stadium, an insult they will try to avenge at the opponent’s home.
America will seek to settle the outstanding accounts with Monterrey when they face them in the final of the CONCACAF Champions League.In which he will try to reach his eighth title.
Monterrey was placed in the last edition of the regional tournament by winning the semi-finals against blue cross, the current Mexican football champion managed by Peruvian coach Juan Reynuso.
The Eagles will fight in this duel for revenge after what happened in 2019, the year that Monterrey defeated him in the final of the Apertura Championship.
aAmerica qualified for the final of this edition of the CONCACAF Champions League by defeating Philadelphia Union in the waiting room. With a world score of 4-0, so he will fight for another championship in the regional fair.
Azulcrima collected seven CONCACAF championships, which were in 1977, 1987, 1990, 1992, 2006, 2015 and 2016, in addition to winning the CONCACAF Giants title in 2001.
Rayados will fight for his fifth Concachamp title, having won the top three in the 2011, 2012 and 2013 editions, when they were under coach Victor Manuel Vucic, and another in 2019.
America will have the opportunity to resolve this suspended account and change the stalemate it faced against the new Polish teamsThen, in recent years, a competition arose against Tigres and he also faced them in the finals.
The Eagles have met four times in the Finals, two of them in the league, the first in the 2014 Apertura which Coapa was crowned and the second at Apertura 2016 which was won by the UANL team, at the Concachampions 2016 which was won by America and in the 1975-1976 Cup won by the New Leonese.
Thus, the team led by Santiago Solari will face Rayados in the final of the Concacampion, seeking to collect this suspended account and add another crown to their record.
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