MONTREAL — On Wednesday night, the Montreal Impact is facing its biggest game since joining Major League Soccer when it takes on Mexican powerhouse Club America in the Estadio Azteca in the CONCACAF Champions League final.
The Impact are already only the second MLS team — and the first Canadian club — to reach the finals of North America’s top club soccer tournament.
The tournament follows a home-and-away format.
The team who wins with the most goals after two games wins the Champions League.
In the event of equal goals, the first tie-breaker is decided on away goals scored, meaning the Impact have their work cut out for them.
Estadio Azteca is a notoriously difficult place to play and the largest soccer stadium in the Americas with a capacity of more than 100,000.
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