Toluca Humiliates Olimpia In CONCACAF Champions League

Roberto Alvarez-GallosoChief Writer IAugust 26, 2010

CARSON, CA - JANUARY 08:  Mario Ortiz #10 of UAG Tecos looks to play the ball during their InterLiga match against Toluca FC at The Home Depot Center on January 8, 2009 in Carson, California. Toluca defeated UAG Tecos 2-0.  (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)
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Toluca FC fired up the field and defeated Olimpia in the CONCACAF Champions League. Juan Cuevas scored the first goal for the team with an assist and corner kick from Manuel Perez at three minutes.

Mr. Cuevas scored another goal within 10 minutes with an assist from Emmanuel Cerda at 10 minutes. Hector Raul Mancilla used his head to score a third goal for Toluca in 63 minutes.

Jose Francisco Arevalo surprised his own teammates of Olimpia by scoring an own goal within 85 minutes. The game itself was dominated by Toluca with its consistency and discipline.

Toluca was in control of its defense and offense as well as keeping Olimpia on the defensive. The only defect was the yellow card for Carlos Galeana Irra at the end of the first half.

It appeared that Olimpia was not playing football/soccer and was very awkward in its plays. Walter Castro and Boniek Garcia of Olimpia received yellow cards, as wel.

The awkwardness worked to the advantage of Toluca as it continued its fiery dominance of the field and game. They also worked the hometown advantage with the crowd.

At the end, it was over even though Mancilla attempted to do a free kick and it failed.

Toluca 4-0 Olimpia

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Most Valued Player: Juan Cuevas