The Quarter-Finals of the 2013-14 CONCACAF Champions League have been completed, with two MLS sides joining one Mexican, and one Costa Rican side in the final four. Los Angeles Galaxy and New York Red Bulls are both through after beating Mexican opposition over two legs: Pumas UNAM and Pachuca CF, respectively.
Chivas Guadalajara saw off the challenge of Seattle Sounders to keep up the chance of having a Mexican club win the competition for every year in its six-year history. They’ll be joined in the Semi-Finals by Deportiva Alajuelense of Costa Rica, who beat Columbus Crew on penalties after a pair of 2-2 draws in the two legs.
None of the four teams left in the competition have ever won it.
Update: The Semi-Final draw has been made, pairing LA Galaxy with Chivas, while NYRB will play Alajuelense. The first legs will both be played in the States on 02 April, with the return legs the following week. The two-legged Final will take place on 23/30 April.