It is arguably the biggest game in the history of the New York Red Bulls: a CONCACAF Champions League semifinal second leg against Liga MX’s C.D. Guadalajara - arguably the biggest team in the western hemisphere. Neither of those arguments would necessarily be won, but at least you’d be forgiven for entering the conversations with either proposal.
The first meeting of this teams saw Chivas prevail, 1-0, in Guadalajara. That slender victory provides a not insignificant advantage to the Liga MX side: the Red Bulls must win the second leg by two goals or more to advance to the final. If RBNY wins 1-0, the game will proceed to a penalty shootout: no extra time will be played if the aggregate scores are tied after 90 minutes - the match will go straight to PKs if there isn’t a winner at the final whistle of regulation time.
Any result other than a multi-goal or 1-0 win for RBNY will send Chivas through to the final.
The Red Bulls have their work cut out for them, but at least they know what they have to do: the primary objective is to win by two, regardless of what Chivas manages to do in front of goal.
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