- United States
- World Cup Qualifying
- UEFA Champions League
- English Premier League
- La Liga
- Serie A
- Major League Soccer
- UEFA Europa League
Paving The Way
A record-equaling three consecutive wins in the CONCACAF Champions League is sufficient evidence to talk of Monterrey’s dominance in the competition, writes Goal.com's Tom Marshall.
Monterrey rolled to its third consecutive Club World Cup after completing a massive comeback on Santos Laguna, in the latest chapter of their growing rivalry, writes Goal.com's Eric Gomez.
Twist The Knife
That a team with more losses than wins in the Liga MX is in the CONCACAF Champions League final taunts MLS, which needs to change to compete in the CCL, writes Goal.com's Eric Gomez.
We Meet Again
Santos and Monterrey meet in a fourth final since 2010, with a spot in the Club World Cup on offer of the CONCACAF Champions League final, writes Goal.com's Tom Marshall.
Slow And Steady
MLS's slow-growth model has manifested itself in the CCL, with increasingly improved performances still not quite enough to overcome top Mexican opposition, writes Seth Vertelney.
The CONCACAF Champions League final will feature a rematch of last year's edition, with Santos Laguna and Monterrey meeting for a third final in a year. Both dispatched MLS teams in the semis.
Down And Out
A valiant effort wasn't enough for Seattle, as MLS once again didn't come up to snuff in the CONCACAF Champions League, writes Kyle McCarthy. Santos Laguna progressed to the final.
Monterrey's focus on continental dominance has given legitimacy to both the club and the the CONCACAF Champions League.
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