Concachampions: When is the 2020 Concacaf Champions League coming back?

One of the few soccer tournaments to be resumed, after the mandatory stoppage due to the coronavirus pandemic, is the Concacaf Champions League, in which Three Mexican teams are still alive: Cruz Azul, América and Tigres.

According to information from the Canadian media TSN, the Concachampions would return the third week of December to play the final stretch of the contest, with some adaptations due to the pandemic that has not yet come to an end.

The Concacaf Champions League would have as a role model Champions League from UEFA, which had to be disputed from the Quarterfinals in a single venue, in Lisboa, Portugal, already single party.

In this way, as the American magazine warned ‘Sports Illustrated‘, would United States the venue where the matches of return that were missing from the Quarterfinal and later the Semifinal Y Final, which would be defined in a single match.

Remember that before it was suspended the Concachampions, in March, two of the Mexican teams played the Ida game: Tigres won 1-0 in their visit to New York City and the America beat Atlanta United of MLS 3-0 at the Azteca Stadium; they also faced Olímpia and Montreal Impact.

Thus, the only duel of Ida that did not materialize was the one agreed between Cruz Azul and Los Angeles FC, because before Machine will travel to United States the suspension of the tournament was confirmed, so it would be the only key that is defined as a single party in this phase.


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