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Club America rest players and still get midweek CCL win vs. Saprissa

Club America's Osvaldo Martinez, left, and Deyver Vega of Deportivo Saprissa compete for the ball during their quarterfinal game of the Concacaf Champions League

A CONCACAF Champions League mid-week match against Saprissa in Costa Rica gave Club America's regular bench players some good practice, but also allowed the team's stars to shine in the 3-0 victory.

It's never easy to play against a Costa Rican squad on native soil, and indeed, for large parts of the match, Saprissa had a lot of the ball and created a number of chances. That the Central American club wasn't able to convert was due less to poor finishing, though, than to the stellar performance...

DC United, America seek CONCACAF Champions League semifinals

After winning a CONCACAF championship in 1998 as a DC United player, Ben Olsen is looking to pull off the same feat as the club's coach.
After winning a CONCACAF championship in 1998 as a DC United player, Ben Olsen is looking to pull off the same feat as the club's coach.

For the first time since the 2010-11 edition, the CONCACAF Champions League will begin its quarterfinal round in the month of February, much to the dismay of Major League Soccer sides Montreal Impact and DC United. While their quarterfinal counterparts from Costa Rica, Mexico and Honduras are well into their respective campaigns, the MLS pair will play their first official matches of 2015 this week, making their first-leg contests away from home that much more challenging. Here's a look inside...

Club America demonstrate their riches in attack vs. Pumas

The success of Dario Benedetto and Oribe Perlata up top has made it difficult for Club America to find a place for Darwin Quintero.

It wasn't the domination of a week ago against Chiapas, but Club America managed to start off their rivalry season well, defeating Pumas 1-0. The Clasico victory was all the sweeter for the Aguilas because it came in triumph at Estadio Olimpico Universitario. Here are three quick points to take from Sunday's match:

1. Image is everything

If his flamboyant sideline attire was anything to go by, America manager Gustavo Matosas has reached a new level of confidence with his club that may have helped...

Pumas clasico a tricky test for Club America coach Gustavo Matosas

Coming off a 5-0 thumping of Chiapas, America face their first clasico on Sunday.

While the tenure of Club America's new coach, Gustavo Matosas, is on a current high right now given the team's 5-0 victory over Chiapas FC, the team's upcoming opponents, Pumas, present a new challenge. But it's not so much that Pumas is a great threat in the table, because the club is currently struggling -- just two points away from dead last in the Liga MX standings.

Pumas, however, are the first derby rival Matosas has faced as the head of Club America.

These matches really matter to both the...

Club America send ominous warning to Liga MX with Chiapas rout

Club America turned in their best performance under Gustavo Matosas in Saturday's 5-0 dismantling of Chiapas.

Club America finally did it -- they transformed into a mercilessly attacking force that utilized their available talent well, scoring five goals on a hapless Chiapas squad. Of course, the three points earned by the Aguilas squad doesn't take the team to the top of the Liga MX table yet, but the operative word there seems to be "yet". Club America looked so good in this match that leading the league -- and perhaps winning that coveted lucky 13th title -- may only be a matter of time.

Here are three...

Club America's attack showing signs of breaking out

The Cub America attack produced two more goals last week.

The defending league champions are still finding their way in the Clausura 2015, but there are signs that the team is on the brink of putting it all together.

Despite only securing a draw against Morelia, the team who is last in the Liga MX standings, Club America managed to score a pair of goals last week and still remain within three points of the top of the league.

The new attacking philosophy of the club appeared to be more evident. With striker Dario Benedetto scoring his second goal of the...