Montreal wins, Puerto Rico draws in Central America to remain unbeaten
TAMPA, FL – United Soccer Leagues First Division sides Montreal Impact and Puerto Rico Islanders continued their amazing CONCACAF Champions League runs with surprising results in their first road matches of the group phase, remaining unbeaten in the tournament at 6-0-4 through a combined 10 games between the two through the Preliminary Round and midway through the group stage while they also attempt to claim the league title in the USL-1 postseason.
Montreal wins 2-1 at Olimpia
Impact post stunning road win in Champions League
Two goals from forward Roberto Brown led the Montreal Impact (2-0-1; 7 points) to a 2-1 win against the Honduran team CD Olimpia, (1-1-1; 3 points) Wednesday in the third game of the CONCACAF Champions League group stage in front of 7,224 noisy spectators at Tiburcio Carias Andino Stadium (Estadio National) in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. [+]
Road draw for Islanders at Municipal
Puerto Rico posts surprising 2-2 tie in Champions League
The USL First Division Puerto Rico Islanders nearly posted a stunning victory on the road against Guatemala's storied club Municipal, seeing the win disappear in the final minutes for a 2-2 CONCACAF Champions League draw as many players rested in preparation for the USL-1 playoffs. [+]