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Renteria leads Crew to Champions League win over Joe Public

Emilio Renteria (MLS)

Emilio Renteria scored two goals in the second half to lead the Columbus Crew over Joe Public Thursday night in Macoya, Trinidad.

The game was a Champions League group stage finale match.

The win by the Crew had no outcome on the Champions League standings on either team. Santos Laguna of Mexico beat Municipal of Guatemala 6-1 Tuesday night which guaranteed the Crew at 4-2 would finish second in Group B and advance to the quarterfinals for a second consecutive season.

Joe Public (0-5-1) finished last in Group B.

The Crew’s other scorers included Andres Mendoza who scored the first goal and Duncan Oughton scored a goal in the second half stoppage time.

GAME NOTES:

* The Crew earned four more points in this year’s Group Stage than in 2009 (8), when it also advanced in play.

* Josh Williams, a September signee, made his second CCL start.

* Former Crew player and Trinidadian Ansil Elcock was in attendance for the match.

* Columbus returns to action this Sunday, October 24, when it closes out the regular season against the Philadelphia Union at Crew Stadium. The Match starts at 4 p.m. and will be televised regionally on ONN-TV.

* The Crew returns to 2010/2011 CONCACAF Champions League action in February 2011, when the quarterfinal stage kicks off.

* The Crew cannot win the 2010 MLS Eastern Conference championship. The New York Red Bulls beat the New England Revolution 2-0 Thursday night. That win puts a four-point separation between the teams and the Crew has won game left.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

Columbus Crew drops 2-1 decision in Guatamela City against Municipal in CONCACAF action

The Columbus Crew lost 2-1 to Municipal on Wednesday night at Estadio Nacional in Guatemala City in match five of CONCACAF Champions League Group B play. Former LA Galaxy forward Guillermo Ramirez netted both goals for Municipal while defender Andy Iro scored for the Crew.

Daylong heavy rain continued through the match leaving the pitch at Estadio Nacional with standing water in several places. Players struggled with footing and balls skipped in some spots and came to a halt in other spots on the pitch.

Andy Iro (MLS)

The result left the Crew with nine points and dropped it into second place in Group B, one point behind Santos, which beat Joe Public 5-1.

Municipal climbed to eight points, but will have to travel to Mexico to face the tough Santos team in its final match on October 19. Columbus will travel to face already eliminated Joe Public on October 21. Only the first two teams in each group qualify for the quarter finals.

Columbus returns to action this Saturday, October 2, when it welcomes the San Jose Earthquakes to Crew Stadium. The match starts at 7:30 p.m. and will be televised regionally by ONN-TV.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

Down 2-0, Crew battles back for a tie at New England

Steven Lenhart (MLS)

Guillermo Barros Schelotto (MLS)

The Columbus Crew staged a second-half comeback against the New England Revolution Saturday at Gillette Stadium to earn a 2-2 draw and restore its lead atop the Eastern Conference.

The Crew is one point ahead of New York, which defeated L.A. on Friday night.

New England’s Pat Phelan put his team in the lead after two minutes and Shalrie Joseph made the score 2-0 on the Revolution’s first penalty kick of the season after 56 minutes.

Steven Lenhart scored a goal for the Crew six minutes later, off a nice cross from Shaun Francis, to set the stage for a dramatic finish to the game. Guillermo Barros Schelotto scored the tying goal from the penalty spot with 10 minutes left in the game to allow the Crew to garner an important point from the game.

GAME NOTES

* The Crew is 13-7-6 on the season and 44-5 on the road.

* Guillermo Barros Schelotto’s penalty kick gives him a team-leading eight goals.

* Steven Lenhart is now second on the team in goals scored with six.

* Columbus returns to league action next Saturday, October 2, against San Jose at Crew Stadium in a match that will start at 7:30 p.m. and be televised live regionally on ONN-TV.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

Crew defeats Santos Laguna in CONCACAF Champions League play, 1-0

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The Columbus Crew received a big goal from Andres Mendoza in the 87th minute to post a dramatic, 1-0 win over Mexico’s Santos Laguna in a Group B CONCACAF Champions League match Tuesday at Crew Stadium.

The result gave the Crew its third win of the tournament and a two-point lead over Santos in first place in Group B with just two matches left in the group division. Columbus has nine points, Santos has seven. The win also allowed the Crew to get revenge for a 1-0 loss to Santos during the teams’ first match in Mexico on August 24 and allows the Crew post position to advance to the quarterfinals for the second straight year.

Mendoza’s goal came on a low, shot from 23 yards into the lower right corner of the goal. Goalkeeper Andy Gruenebaum made two saves to post the shutout in his fourth straight Champions League start.

GAME NOTES:

The Crew improved to 3-5-1 against Mexican teams all-time in CONCACAF competitions.

* Santos Laguna’s starting lineup had eight players who also started in the first meeting with the Crew on August 24.

* Columbus returns to action this Saturday, September 25, when it travels to New England to play the Revolution at Gillette Stadium. The match will kickoff at 7:30 p.m. and will be televised regionally on ONN-TV.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew.

Crew shuts down Joe Public of Trinidad, 3-0 in CONCACF Champions League contest

Goals four minutes apart by Leandre Griffit and Jason Garey early in the second half jump-started the Columbus Crew to a 3-0 win over Trinidad’s Joe Public Tuesday night in a CONCACAF Champions League Group B match.

Griffit struck in the 47th minute with a deft shot from 17 yards on the left side that skipped into the right corner of the net for a 1-0 lead. Garey added a goal in the 51st minute with a header off an Emmanuel Epko cross pass. Steven Lenhart came off the bench to score the final goal with an assist to Dilly Duka in the 79th minute.

Leandre Griffit Columbus Crew (MLS)

Goalkeeper Andy Gruenebaum made three saves to post the shutout in his third straight Champions League start.

Columbus has six points through three matches, while Joe Public has one halfway through group play.

GAME NOTES

* Goes to show how much depth Columbus has and still won the game. Regular players Frankie Hejduk, Brian Carroll, Guillermo Barros Schelotto and William Hesmer were all given the night off.

* Emilio Renteria served a one-game suspension for accumulated cautions.

* The Crew had 3 injured players who did not play Robbie Rogers, Danny O’Rourke and Gino Padula, all with knee problems.

* Joe Public only dressed 16 players due to visa problems for four players and suspensions to Jevon Morris and Jason Springer.

* Former Crew star and Trinidad native Stern John was in attendance at the match.

* Columbus returns to action this Saturday, September 18, when it will be hosting the Seattle Sounders at Crew Stadium. The “Silence the Sounders” match will start at 7:30 p.m. and will be televised regionally on ONN-TV.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

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