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Man City clinch spot in last 16

The Match
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 By Tom Marshall

Club America gains upper hand with first-leg draw vs. fiery Necaxa

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Club America players celebrate after leveling the score against Necaxa on Thursday night.

AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico -- The Club America dream of lifting the Apertura 2016 title in its centennial year is still intact after Las Aguilas drew 1-1 on Thursday in a full Estadio Victoria. Here are three takes from an even and fiercely contested match:

1. La Volpe, America becoming more comfortable

Argentine coach Ricardo La Volpe and Club America need each other. Both are desperate to win the Apertura title. America because of the glory it would bring to the club's centennial and La Volpe because...

Toronto beats Montreal, wins East crown; storybook season continues

Toronto overturned a 3-2 aggregate deficit to beat Montreal in extra time and advance to the 2016 MLS Cup Final.

TORONTO -- Toronto FC beat the Montreal Impact 5-2 (7-5 on aggregate) Wednesday to advance to MLS Cup in an epic, extra-time affair at BMO Field. TFC substitute Benoit Cheyrou scored moments after coming on for the injured Sebastian Giovinco during the extra session, and fellow sub Tosaint Ricketts put the game away two minutes later.

Toronto moves on to host the Seattle Sounders on Dec. 10 in the league's championship match. Here are three quick thoughts on Wednesday's roller coaster of an...

 By Nick Miller

Cohesive Saints leave Arsenal in their wake en route to EFL Cup semifinals

Southampton handily knocked Arsenal out of the EFL Cup, the FC panel believe Arsenal is secretly pleased with this result.

LONDON -- Three points on Southampton's 2-0 EFL Cup win over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.

1. Excellent Saints leave Arsenal in their wake

In the wider scheme of things, Arsenal exiting the EFL Cup at the quarterfinal stage will not be a significant glitch in their season. Yet it's the nature of their defeat, 2-0 to Southampton at the Emirates, that will be of concern.

In the end, the score line flattered an Arsenal side for whom "poor" seems an inadequate description: Southampton...

Mkhitaryan, Martial show their worth as Man Utd beat West Ham in EFL Cup

FC's Craig Burley feels that the absence of Paul Pogba allowed Manchester United to play with more pace against West Ham.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three points on Wednesday's EFL Cup quarterfinal at Old Trafford, as a brace for Zlatan Ibrahimovic and another for Anthony Martial helped Man United to a 4-1 win over West Ham.

1. Mkhitaryan proves his point

Here's a question for Jose Mourinho. Is his tough-love policy with Henrikh Mkhitaryan beginning to bear fruit or did the Manchester United manager make a mistake by not trusting the Armenian midfielder much sooner?

Of course, Mourinho is more likely to insist it...

Liverpool rotate the squad, leave it late to beat Leeds in EFL Cup quarterfinal

Ben Woodburn, 17, scored his first senior goal for Liverpool as a rotated side edged past Leeds.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Liverpool struggled to break Leeds down until two late goals gave the hosts a spot in the EFL semifinals.

1. Selection dilemma looms for lucky Liverpool

It's difficult to question Jurgen Klopp's selection approach in the EFL Cup because Liverpool find themselves progressing to the semifinals after beating Leeds 2-0, without the need to rely on their first-team stars.

Rest and rotation appear to be Klopp's philosophy, and with Liverpool going so strong in the Premier League,...

 By Tom Marshall

Oribe Peralta shows Chivas Guadalajara what they're missing

Oribe Peralta (24) celebrates after scoring the winning goal for Club America.
Oribe Peralta (24) celebrates after scoring the winning goal for Club America.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- There was a certain dark irony that it was a Mexican striker who found the winning goal for Club America against all-Mexican side Chivas in the Liguilla quarterfinals on Sunday.

For a team from Mexico City made up of eight foreign starters, it was El Tri international Oribe Peralta who was the difference-maker in the 1-0 victory that sent Las Aguilas into the Apertura semifinals.

But regardless of Peralta's nationality, his display highlighted just how much Chivas could...