Real Salt Lake will face Tigres UANL in February in a two-legged CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal in late February. With RSL the higher seed, they'll host the second game of the series.
Tigres, who led Liga MX in the 2015 Clausura with 29 points, and took second in the 2014 Clausura, have bounced around the Mexican league table — in the last four years, they've ranked anywhere from first (2013) to 14th (2014).
That lends a degree of uncertainty to the match, but it's only the second time Tigres have been in CCL, much less made the knockout rounds.
Tigres defeated Metapan (El Salvador) and Herediano (Costa Rica) in their group to progress, but they also had no shutouts in that time.
Real Salt Lake made it past Municipal (Guatemala) and Santa Tecla (El Salvador) on their road to the quarterfinal, conceding only one goal in the process.
There four MLS-Mexico matchups in the quarterfinal: