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50-50 Challenge: Chivas vs. Club America

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Pivotal week for Club America

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Club America's ominous form highlighted in Toluca victory

Club America's win over Toluca has moved them into fourth on the Liga MX table.

It wasn't as easy as the final score would indicate, but Club America defeated Toluca 3-1 on Saturday to move closer to a Liguilla berth. The defending Liga MX champions managed to fight off weariness from their Wednesday game and appear to be gathering momentum as the Clausura season ends.

Here are three talking points from the game.

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1. Sambueza is MIA, but America can still perform

Yes, it's great when Rubens Sambueza takes the field for Club America. He's a longtime player for the team and his...

Club America need to avoid CCL finals hangover vs. playoff rivals Toluca

The ESPN FC panel discuss the CONCACAF Champions League final and believe Montreal had a chance after the first half had Club America been down to ten men.

In their upcoming game this Saturday, Club America face Toluca with the added confidence of a trophy in hand, having come from behind to claim the CONCACAF Champions League title against the Montreal Impact.

What's tricky for the Aguilas players is that all season long, there's been a problem with basic consistency in the club. It seems at times like the squad can only focus when a title is on the line, or their elimination from a competition is imminent.

But if Club America can only perform at a...

Money, not magic, needed for MLS to surpass Liga MX in CONCACAF

ESPN FC's Leon Lecanda discusses Club America's convincing victory over Montreal Impact in the CONCACAF Champions League final.

MONTREAL -- As close as the Montreal Impact came Wednesday to becoming the first MLS team to qualify for FIFA's Club World Cup, there was no sense of devastation emitting from Frank Klopas or his players after they squandered a lead and lost, 4-2 (5-3 on aggregate), to Mexico's mighty Club America in the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final.

There was sadness, to be sure. After all, the Impact's implausible two-month adventure to the continental championship's decisive match had made...

Gustavo Matosas and Club America hit all the high notes in CCL finals win

ESPN FC's Leon Lecanda discusses Club America's convincing victory over Montreal Impact in the CONCACAF Champions League final.

Club America maintained the honor of Liga MX by claiming the CONCACAF Champions League title against the Montreal Impact of Major League Soccer.

It seemed dark at the half for America, down by an early Andres Romero goal and seemingly unable to get into gear. The improbable Impact upset that had started in Estadio Azteca needed only 45 more minutes to reach completion.

However, it wasn't to be. Like a freight train that finally picked up steam, then became impossible to stop, Club America chugged...

Club America deserved CCL title, but Montreal have plenty to be proud of

ESPN FC's Doug McIntyre assesses Club America's emphatic 4-2 win in Montreal to earn their sixth trophy in the CONCACAF region.

MONTREAL -- Backed by a record-setting crowd at Olympic Stadium, the Montreal Impact took an early lead against Mexican powerhouse Club America in the decisive second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final. But Dario Benedetto equalized five minutes into the second half, and Oribe Peralta stuck the dagger in when he put the visitors up 2-1 in the 64th minute.

Benedetto struck again moments later and completed his hat trick in the 81st. Jack McInerney pulled one back late, but America prevailed...

Kristian Nicht hopes his experience helps Montreal Impact in CCL Final

Montreal Impact captain Patrice Bernier previews the "biggest game in Montreal Impact's history" while Club America's Ventura Alvarado aims to stay focused for the entire match in hopes of achieving CONCACAF glory.

MONTREAL -- Given the uproar over the Montreal Impact's pursuit of an emergency goalkeeper before the biggest match in club history, things could have turned out worse.

After their efforts to acquire Chicago Fire keeper Sean Johnson on a short-term loan were (rightly) blocked by MLS in the midst of social media outcry, the Impact could've been forced to use a career minor leaguer or a 20-year-old with no first-team experience in net against Club America in Wednesday's CONCACAF Champions League final.