Saturday, March 7, 2009

The Impact Collapse In Mexico

Impact's Tony Donatelli holds his head in disbelief after Thursday's loss.
Photograph by: REUTERS, The Gazette

'We Feel We Let Down Our Fans' -- The Montreal Gazette

Impact's second-half collapse in Mexico ranks among worst soccer meltdowns.

The Impact's colossal collapse in the second half of the decisive game in a CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal against Mexico's Santos Laguna ranks among the worst meltdowns in professional soccer.

The 1985-1986 Cup Winners' Cup quarterfinal between West Germany's Bayer Uerdingen and Dynamo Dresden of East Germany is considered by many to be the worst. Uerdingen scored six unanswered goals, including four in the final 29 minutes in the return leg of their series to win 7-3 on aggregate.

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My Comment: You win some and you lose some. But this lost was a disappointment.

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