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Club Atletico Independiente eliminate Toronto FC, Houston Dynamo advance past Guastatoya

Juan Gonzalez
Independiente midfielder Juan Gonzalez celebrates after his side knocked Toronto FC out of the CONCACAF Champions League on Tuesday.

Toronto FC made a quick exit from the CONCACAF Champions League on Tuesday with a 1-1 home draw against Club Atletico Independiente that sealed the Panamanian team's 5-1 aggregate victory.

Jordan Hamilton scored for Toronto in the 19th minute, but Omar Browne's 67th-minute goal sealed advancement for CAI.

"Disappointed for sure, but now we look forward," Toronto captain Michael Bradley said. "We're all focused on Philadelphia [in the MLS opener] at the weekend."

Next up for CAI will be a two-legged...

CONCACAF Champions League: Toronto FC shocked; Saprissa beat Tigres, Houston Dynamo win

Club Atletico Independiente shocked Toronto FC 4-0 in the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League round of 16 on Tuesday.

The Canadian club had not played a competitive match since the end of the 2018 MLS regular season and it showed at Estadio Agustin Sanchez. The Panamanian hosts and competition debutantes jumped to an early lead when Abdiel Ayarza scored in the ninth minute.

Toronto's newly acquired striker Terrence Boyd had a chance to equalize on a penalty kick in the 31st minute but the...