CCL: Monterrey vs Don Bosco – Recap and Highlights

concacaf championsIn this meaningless Group D match, Monterrey closed out their participation in the 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions League with a 3-0 victory over Don Bosco.

The Rayados opened the scoring in the 19th minute. Luis López played in Misael Domínguez, and Ángel López met his cross with a header to make it 1-0.

Monterrey controlled possession and the run of play, but they weren’t overly sharp in the final third. Nevertheless, Aldo de Nigris made it 2-0 just before halftime when he received a through ball from Edwin Cardona and beat the goalkeeper with a low shot.

In the second half, Misael Domínguez scored his first goal with the first team, finishing off a rebound in the 51st minute to make it 3-0.

The Haitian team then had to sub out their goalkeeper due to injury, but even facing Don Bosco’s backup keeper Monterrey couldn’t run the score up any further.

With the 3-0 win, Monterrey reaches six points while Don Bosco remains on zero.



Monterrey: Alexander Domínguez, Luis López, Luis Pérez, Carlos Rodríguez (Arturo González 56′), Germán Camacho, Misael Domínguez, Edwin Cardona, Ángel López (César de la Peña 66′), Daniel Parra, Juan Álvarez (Iván Piris 74′), Aldo de Nigris.

Don Bosco: Ronald Elusma (James Elan 54′), Ricardo Ade, Jean Canes, Samuel Pompée, Jonathan Momplaisir, Kerlins Georges, Dumy Fede, Philemond Folson, Jonathan Jean Baptiste (Daniel Gedeon 66′), Kenley Dede (Porky Thermidor 56′), Junior Delva.

Group Table – Group D

# Team W T L GF GA GD Points
1 Árabe Unido 3 0 0 10 5 +5 9
2 Monterrey 2 0 2 9 5 +4 6
3 Don Bosco 0 0 3 2 11 -9 0

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