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Eight straight titles. That is the record that Mexican clubs currently enjoy in the CONCACAF Champions League. Since 2008/09, when the region’s confederation restructured its top club competition, only clubs from Liga MX have lifted the trophy and gone on to represent CONCACAF at the (If you want to get a suitable price,you can visit here Fut Coins) FIFA Club World Cup.
If you include the last three editions of the region’s preceding club competition, the CONCACAF Champions’ Cup, you find a Mexican side has won the continental title on 11 consecutive occasions. These statistics not only underline the strength of Mexican football in the region but the daunting task that non-Mexican clubs face in pursuing the CONCACAF Champions League title.
As the 2016/17 edition enters the semi-final stages this week, two clubs continue to fly the flag for their countries and their league. As members of Major League Soccer (MLS), FC Dallas (USA) and Vancouver Whitecaps (Canada) are four matches away from creating football history and claiming the region’s berth at the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2017. What stands in their way is Mexican opposition, with Dallas set to lock horns with Pachuca, while the Whitecaps meet last year’s runners-up Tigres UANL.
Overcoming Mexican opponents in the CONCACAF Champions League knockout stages has been a tall task for MLS clubs. While Liga MX is well into the second half of its domestic campaign, MLS only raised the curtain on a new season at the beginning of the month. In fact, Dallas and Vancouver’s 2017 seasons began in the quarter-finals, where they defeated Arabe Unido (Panama) and New York Red Bulls, respectively. Include a pair of MLS games played by both clubs and one soon realises how Dallas and Vancouver could struggle to be at their best in these semi-final contests.