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MLS, Liga MX clubs learn CONCACAF Champions League last-16 opponents

Franco Escobar celebrates after scoring in Atlanta United's MLS Cup playoff win over the New York Red Bulls.
Atlanta United will play in the CONCACAF Champions League for the first time.

MLS Cup host Atlanta United has been drawn against Costa Rican opposition in the CONCACAF Champions League's Round of 16, while its opponents in Saturday's championship decider, Portland Timbers, know that victory at Mercedes-Benz Stadium will set up a tie against opponents from Dominican Republic.

Regardless of whether it wins or loses vs. Portland, Atlanta will take on CD Herediano. Should the Timbers claim their second MLS Cup in four years, they will meet Club Atletico Pantoja. If they do not,...

Toronto FC wins Canadian Championship behind Jozy Altidore's hat trick

Jozy Altidore scored a hat trick to help Toronto FC win the Canadian Championship for a third consecutive year with a 7-4 aggregate triumph after a 5-2 second-leg victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps on Wednesday night.

Sebastian Giovinco had a goal and two assists and Tosaint Ricketts added a late goal for Toronto, following the 2-2 draw last week in Vancouver in the first leg of the cup final.

Toronto was already leading 4-0 on the night when Kei Kamara and Brek Shea scored goals in the second...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas' Matias Almeyda eager to rest after CONCACAF Champions League win

Matias Almeyda could be poised to move on from Chivas for an even bigger project.
Chivas manager Matias Almeyda lifts the CONCACAF Champions League trophy.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas coach Matias Almeyda won his fifth trophy with the club on Wednesday night when his team overcame Toronto on penalties to win the CONCACAF Champions League.

But with players protesting the lack of bonuses and Almeyda critical of the lack of transfers in the last window, the former Argentina international said he needs a break and will be talking to the club about his future.

"We'll have 30 days' rest, which I really need," Almeyda said after the game. "I finished last...

 By Tom Marshall

Michael Bradley 'couldn't be more proud of' Toronto FC after CCL final loss

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Michael Bradley says he is disappointed that Toronto FC couldn't lift the CONCACAF Champions League trophy, but not by the performance or effort of his side.

Toronto defeated Chivas 2-1 on Wednesday night in Estadio Akron to tie the series 3-3 on aggregate, with Chivas winning the resulting penalty shootout 4-2 to win the tournament for the first time since 1962.

"We had to be aggressive, we had to go after them, we had to win the game and I couldn't be more proud of our players,"...