New England Revolution vs.  America: How do you get to the quarterfinals and where to watch the game?  – The opinion

New England Revolution vs. America: How do you get to the quarterfinals and where to watch the game? – The opinion

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He AmericaMexican soccer champion, will visit this Tuesday New England Revolution of the MLSalthough with the possible loss of Colombian Julián Quiñones, in the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Champions Cup.

Quiñones, a naturalized Mexican, key in the attack of the Águilas, has a muscle injury that he suffered a few weeks ago with the Mexican national team, which caused him to miss the final of that competition and the local league game last Friday.

Brazilian André Jardiné, coach of the Coapa club, recognized the low probability of having a vital man ready in the offensive, although he also said that he is already looking for solutions if his absence is confirmed.

He America is the winningest team in the history of the Concacaf competition, with seven titlesand the most successful league in Mexico with 14.

In its cast it has several South American teams, among which the Chilean Diego Valdés and the Uruguayan Sebastián Cáceres stand out; He also contributes fundamental pieces to the Mexican team’s offense with names like Quiñones and Henry Martín.

In the tournament they have just eliminated Chivas, their staunch rival in the Liga MX, by a global score of 5-3, so they will be inspired to go for more.

The New England Revolution, for its part, had its first appearance in the Concacaf Champions Cup in 2003, and has also participated in the 2006, 2009 and 2022 editions.

The team is in last place in the MLS Eastern Conference with four draws and one loss, however, it has quality players such as the Spanish Nacho Gil and the Argentine Tomás Chancalay, two extremes that the America defense will have to take care of .

New England Revolution has just defeated Alajuelense with a resounding 5-1 aggregate score, so they will seek to continue with firm steps in search of the coveted confederation trophy.

The series will conclude on January 9 with the second leg at the Azteca stadium, home of América.

*With information from EFE.

Where, when and at what time can you see this broadcast?

The first leg will take place this Tuesday April 2 at Gillette Stadium from Foxborough to 9pm ET / 6 pm PT.

You can follow the transmission through the screen and mobile applications of FOX, in Englishwhile In Spanish you can enjoy it on TUDN.

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