CM – Concacaf Champions League: Stunner in Atlanta

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The Philadelphia Union have never won four previous trips to Atlanta United, but they stunned the Five Stripes 3-0 on Tuesday when they took the driver’s seat on their first appearance in the Concacaf Champions League semifinals . Union keeper Andre Blake scored six saves in the first half to keep Atlanta United at bay. Kacper Przybylko gave Philadelphia the lead in the 57th minute and hit on the doorstep of Atlanta United’s goal from a corner kick. A one-goal deficit would have been overcome, but Atlanta United have dug a huge hole and conceded two goals on runaways, the first by Przybylko and the second by Anthony Fontana set up by Przybylko. The 3-0 loss was the worst loss Atlanta United has ever suffered in any home competition.

April 27 in Atlanta, Ga.Atlanta United 0 Philadelphia Union 3rd goals: Przybylko 57, 73, Fontana 86.Atlanta United – Guzan; Franco, Robinson, Bello, Ibarra (Torres 69); Hyndman, Sosa, Barco; Josef Martínez, Moreno (Mulraney 58), DammPhiladelphia Union – Blake; Elliott, Glesnes, Wagner, Mbaizo; Jose Martínez; Flat (Fontana 77), Bedoya; Monteiro; Burke (Santos 46), Przybylko (Real 87). Toronto FC beat Mexican Leon in the first round, but Cruz Azul, the current Liga MX leaders, turned out to be a different story altogether. La Máquina scored a 3-1 win over the Reds, Florida in a game at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. Ecuadorian Bryan Angulo led Cruz Azul with two goals in the first half. Since beating Leon 3-2 in two games, Toronto FC have conceded nine goals in three games.

April 27 in Tampa, Florida Toronto FC 1 Cruz Azul 3rd goals: Osorio 20; Angulo 3, 34, Aguilar 58. Toronto FC – Bono; Auro Jr., Gonzalez, Zavaleta, Morrow; Bradley, Priso (Akinola 77), Delgado, Osorio (DeLeon 59), Shaffelburg (Endoh 67); Altidore (Mullins 59). Cruz Azul – Corona; Rivero, Escobar, Aguilar, Aldrete; Baca, Romo (Fernandez 75), Alvarado (Yotun 67), Montoya (Rodriguez 60), Pineda (Hernandez 60); Angulo (Gimenez 67).

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