Columbus Crewe, with the Argentines Zillarayan and Venezuela, went to the CONCACAF quarter-finals

Columbus Crewe from the United States, with Argentine Lucas Zillarayan and Milton Valenzuela, advanced to the CONCACAF Champions League quarter-finals, beating Real Esteli from Nicaragua 1-0.

The match was played last night at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, and Bradley Wright Phillips scored the crew’s goal, and the next time he will play against Monterrey of Mexico, who also qualified last night by eliminating Atlético Bantoga from the Dominican Republic.

In Columbus, who won 4-0 in the first leg, Argentine Zillarian (ex-Belgrano) and Venezuela (ex-Newell’s) entered the second half, SoccerWay reports.

Monterrey beat Atlético Bantuga 3-1 in BBVA Bancomer in Monterrey, after their 3-0 victory on the road. The Mexican national team’s goals were converted by Luis Sanchez, Vincent Jansen and Jes وخs Gallardo, pitted against Lisandro Cabrera.

The Argentinian team was played by Matthias Cranifter (exRiver), and Nicolas Sanchez (exRiver and Racing) and Rogelio Funes Mori (ExRiver) entered their second term.

The quarter-final matches will be as follows:

Cruz Azul (Mexico) – Toronto (Canada)

Columbus Crew (USA) – Monterrey (Mexico)

Philadelphia Union – Atlanta United (both from the United States)

America (Mexico) – Portland Timbers (USA) (Telam)

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