The Mexican striker sealed a precious win for Real with a late strike against Atleti at the Santiago Bernabeu to keep hopes of a second successive trophy alive, writes Ben Hayward
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
A year ago, when his Edmonton team was knocked out by the Impact in the Canadian Championship, Smits was devastated, but now he's happy to give Montreal a helping hand.
The Impact have a precise game plan for Wednesday night's CONCACAF Champions League opening leg at Azteca and they'll need to follow it to the letter.
Last fall, Jurgen Klinsmann's decision to play Jermaine Jones at center back made sense. Now the change may no longer be necessary, writes Ives Galarcep.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
The Impact could break an attendance record for soccer in Montreal if they can find a way to add more seats at the Big O on April 22.
America will host Montreal Impact in the opening leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final in Mexico City on Wednesday.
Club America could thrash the Montreal Impact in the CONCACAF Champions League final or could get blown out. The club's Jekyll and Hyde showing making it a tough series to call,...
Monday, April 20, 2015
As the first leg of the Champions League final approaches and the excitement for the game mounts, the Montreal Impact players are trying to keep their calm and focus.
The Stanford attacker scored against Mexico's senior team last week and will look to replicate that success in Wednesday's U-23 friendly.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb has been re-elected.
The FIFA president told delegates at the CONCACAF Congress that the federation should automatically send four teams to the 2018 World Cup.
With World Cup qualifying, the Gold Cup and the Pan American Games, Canada's squad depth will be tested this summer.
The Mexico manager assured fans El Tri will square off with the United States in a more significant competition after Wednesday's 2-0 defeat.
The best images from the U.S. national team's friendly against Mexico at the Alamodome in San Antonio
The U.S. held on for a 2-0 win over El Tri, and coach Jurgen Klinsmann has plenty to be happy about after watching the Stanford player lead his team.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Mexico struggled with four in the back against the USA on Wednesday, but it could prove to be a worthwhile experiment long term, writes Jon Arnold.
Michael Bradley played a part in goals from Jordan Morris and Juan Agudelo as the United States enjoyed a 2-0 friendly win in San Antonio.
A pair of second-half goals from the Stanford and New England Revolution players were enough for the Stars and Stripes to grab a victory over El Tri.
Despite years of pursuit, Junior Hoilett has still not decided on his international career.
There were no surprises as the U.S. national team coach unveiled her 23-player roster for the Women's World Cup in Canada.