The CONCACAF Champions League began the knockout rounds on Wednesday, with some eyebrow-raising games that nonetheless yielded very few surprises in results.
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Liga MX sides Leon and Cruz Azul won their matches, while Josef Martinez scored an equalizer for Atlanta United as perceived underdogs Montagua joined Portmore United in putting up solid home displays.
Leon 2-0 LAFC
Jean Meneses' goal in the 21st minute put the Liga MX side in front of an impressive traveling crowd for a second-year team, and Bob Bradley's side was sloppy but limited further damage until a deflating 88th-minute goal from Angel Mina.
Portmore United 1-2 Cruz Azul
A strong display from Portmore United saw the Jamaicans take a 74th-minute lead through Rondee Smith, but La Maquina showed its mettle with goals in the fourth and ninth minutes of stoppage time to take a lead and two away goals.
Montagua 1-1 Atlanta United
The Honduran side took a 33rd-minute advantage, but the Martinez boys equalized within two minutes when Gonzalo "Pity" Martinez and Josef Martinez sliced through the heart of the Montagua defense.
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