Concacaf Champions League Three of four first legs already played
The 2020 Concacaf Champions League could restart in December after being suspended back in March due to COVID-19 that also led to the suspension of the majority of the tournaments around the world.
Its remainder will take place at one unique venue with California, Florida, Texas or Mexico among the suitors to host the quarter finals, semi finals and final of the competition.
As Sports Illustrated reports, the tournament will most probably be held in the United States and it will return during the third week of December.
Three of the four first legs of the quarter-finals were disputed before the suspension of the Concacaf Champions League. Olimpia Sports Club beat Montreal Impact 2-1 in Canada, Tigers netted once to go past New York City FC in the US and Club America de Mexico grabbed a 3-0 home win against Atlanta United.
The only duel that has yet to be disputed is Los Angeles FC’s first leg against Cruz Azul at the Banc of California Stadium and it is also expected to be a one-legged tie. Meanwhile, the second legs of the rest of the quarter-finals will be also be played in December.
Last year, it was Monterrey who won the tournament after beating Tigres 1-0 on the road and then drawing 1-1 on home soil to lift the Concacaf Champions League trophy.