[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Monterrey repeated as Concacaf Champions League champion with a 3-2 aggregate victory over fellow Mexican club Santos in the final.
The Rayados won the first leg, 2-0, and trailed, 2-0, in the second leg before Neri Cardozo scored the deciding goal of the series in the 82nd minute to reduce
Argentine Daniel Luduena scored in the 45th minute, and Oribe Peralta had a goal in the 51st
minute to make it 2-0 for Santos.
American Herculez Gomez, who had started the first five games for Santos in the knockout stage, didn't start
Wednesday's second leg. He came on in the 56th minute for Luduena.
Monterrey is the first team to repeat since Concacaf introduced its current format for the 2008-09 season. Mexican teams
have won all four Concacaf Champions League titles and captured the last three Concacaf Champions Cup crowns.
Concacaf Champions League Champions
Concacaf Champions Cup Champions
Racing Club Haitienne
1964 no champion
1965 no champion
1966 no champion
1969 Cruz Azul
1970 Cruz Azul
1971 Cruz Azul
1975 Atletico Espanol
1977 Club America
1978 Univ. Guadalajara, Comunicaciones, Defence Force
1985 Defence Force
1987 Club America
1990 Club America
1992 Club America
1996 Cruz Azul
1997 Cruz Azul
1998 D.C. United
2000 Los Angeles Galaxy
2001 no champion
2006 Club America