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To Be The Best...
...Club Tijuana will have to beat the best. Los Xolos were drawn into the same Copa Libertadores group as Brazilian power and defending tournament and Club World Cup champion Corinthians.
A fantastic performance by the Brazilians leaves them on the verge of Copa Libertadores glory. Chivas held a 1-0 lead after a nifty header by Adolfo Bautista but Inter were unfazed and scored twice in a five-minute span and came away with a 2-1 lead in the first leg of the final.
Copa Winners & Liga Foes
Estudiantes came out on top, winning the Copa Libertadores over Cruzeiro. Farther up north on the American continent, the rivals for the SuperLiga final were set when the ChicagoFire beat defending champions New England Revolution, and Tigres took out Santos Laguna.
Club Tijuana continues to amaze, punching above its weight at every level. The latest miracle came in the Copa Libertadores.
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