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América recovers players for the Champions League

Second leg of quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions League pits Club América against the Seattle Sounders of the MLS

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With almost a complete picture, Club América is now working towards the second leg of quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions League against the Seattle Sounders of the MLS, Wednesday.

In a practice held at the premises of Coapa, manager Ignacio Ambriz counts on the Argentine Darío Benedetto and Ecuadorian Michael Arroyo, absent in the last two games.

While in the case of Rubens Sambueza, the severity of his injury is less serious than previously thought and he will be ready for Wednesday, although they could save him for the match with Morelia.

Action photo during the match Seattle Sounders FC (USA) vs America (MEX), for the first leg of the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions League 2015/2016 at CenturyLink Field stadium. Foto de accion durante el partido Seattle Sounders FC (USA) vs America (MEX), correspondiente al partido de Ida de los Cuartos de Final de la Liga de Campeones CONCACAF 2015/2016 en el estadio CenturyLink Field, en la Foto: Ignacio Ambriz DT de America 23/02/2016/MEXSPORT/Adrian Macias.

Photo: MEXSPORT

The bad news for the manager is that for that game against the “Purepecha,” they will be without Brazilian midfielder William da Silva, or the Paraguayan defender Pablo Aguilar, the former suspended three matches, and the latter only one.

However, Oribe Peralta and Colombian Carlos Darwin Quintero already served out their suspensions and are able to see action in two games.

América closed Tuesday preparing for the match against Seattle, which will be played on Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. at Estadio Azteca.

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