Mexico's Tigres UANL claims title of Campeones Cup

2018-09-21 02:14:32 GMT2018-09-21 10:14:32(Beijing Time) Xinhua English

 

Players of Mexico's Tigres UANL celebrate victory with trophy during the awarding ceremony of the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng) Players of Mexico's Tigres UANL celebrate victory with trophy during the awarding ceremony of the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng)
Players of Mexico's Tigres UANL celebrate victory with trophy during the awarding ceremony of the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng) Players of Mexico's Tigres UANL celebrate victory with trophy during the awarding ceremony of the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng)
Justin Morrow (Front) of Canada's Toronto FC vies with Jurgen Damm of Mexico's Tigres UANL during the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng) Justin Morrow (Front) of Canada's Toronto FC vies with Jurgen Damm of Mexico's Tigres UANL during the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng)
Eriq Zavaleta (R) of Canada's Toronto FC fights for the ball with Nahuel Guzman of Mexico's Tigres UANL during the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng) Eriq Zavaleta (R) of Canada's Toronto FC fights for the ball with Nahuel Guzman of Mexico's Tigres UANL during the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng)
Goalkeeper Nahuel Guzman of Mexico's Tigres UANL celebrates victory with trophy during the awarding ceremony of the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng) Goalkeeper Nahuel Guzman of Mexico's Tigres UANL celebrates victory with trophy during the awarding ceremony of the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng)
Players of Mexico's Tigres UANL celebrate victory with trophy during the awarding ceremony of the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng) Players of Mexico's Tigres UANL celebrate victory with trophy during the awarding ceremony of the inaugural Campeones Cup match between Canada's Toronto FC and Mexico's Tigres UANL at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada, Sept. 19, 2018. Mexico's Tigres UANL won 3-1 and claimed the title. The Campeones Cup, established in 2018, is an annual North American soccer competition contested between the champions of the previous Major League Soccer season and the winner from Liga MX. (Xinhua/Zou Zheng)

 

 

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