Thursday, May 30th, 2013
Atletico Mineiro 1* – Tijuana 1 (Copa Libertadores quarter-final, second leg) (Agg. 3-3) Atletico Mineiro progressed on away goals in the most dramatic of circumstances. Dubier Riascos had curled Tijuana ahead on 26 only for Rever to equalise from a Ronaldinho free-kick just before half-time. In second half injury time, Tijuana won a penalty to decide the tie, Dubier Riascos saw his spot kick dramatically saved by Victor.
Wednesday, May 29th, 2013
Olimpia 2 – Fluminense 1 (Copa Libertadores quarterfinal 2nd leg, May 29, 2013) Fluminense took the lead through a defensive mistake but Olimpia struck back thanks to a double from Juan Selgeira.
Newell’s Old Boys 0 – Boca Juniors 0 (Pens. 10-9) (Copa Libertadores quarterfinal 2nd leg, May 29, 2013) Boca defender Clemente Rodriguez was sent off just before the hour mark. The match finished on penalties, where Maxi Rodriguez converted the deciding spot-kick for a 10-9 victory for the home side in the shoot-out.
Tuesday, May 28th, 2013
Santa Fe 2 – Real Garcilaso 0 (Agg. 5-1) (Copa Libertadores, May 28, 2013) Jefferson Cuero scored with a brilliant long range shot to break the ice on the night. John Valencia added Santa Fe’s second goal in the 66th minute and Garcilaso defender Ivan Santillan was sent off in the 75th.
Friday, May 24th, 2013
Barcelona Guayaquil 1 – Deportivo Quito 0 (Campeonato Ecuatoriano, May 24, 2013) Ariel Nahuelpan won it for Barcelona with the only goal of the game, controlling and finishing well under pressure.
Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
Tijuana 2 – Atletico Mineiro 2 (Copa Libertadores, Quarter-final first leg, May 23, 2013) Duvier Riascos gave Tijuana the lead. Fidel Martinez doubled the lead of the underdogs. Diego Tardelli pulled one back for Atletico from a Ronaldinho corner. Luan scored a stoppage time equaliser to give Mineiro the initiative in the tie.
Boca Juniors 0 – Newell’s Old Boys 0 (Copa Libertadores, Quarter-final first leg, May 23, 2013)
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013
Real Garcilaso 1 – Santa Fe 3 (Copa Libertadores, May 22, 2013) Francisco Meza scored for Santa Fe in the 19th minute. Wilder Medina put Santa Fe up 2-0 in the 22nd minute. Jefferson Cuero extended Santa Fe’s lead to 3-0 in the 53rd minute. Alfredo Ramua scored Real Garcilaso’s only goal in the 63rd minute. Santa Fe lead 3-1 after the 1st leg.
Fluminense 0 – Olimpia 0 (Copa Libertadores, May 22, 2013) Fluminense dominated a 0-0 draw with 10 shot attempts against Olimpia. The first leg ended in a 0-0 draw
Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Olimpia 2 – Tigre 0 (Agg. 3-2) (Copa Libertadores, May 16, 2013) Olimpia turned the two-legged tie around in the space of 13 minutes thanks to a fine volley from Fredy Bareiro and an own goal from Tigre defender Norberto Paparatto, to reach the final eight of South America’s premier continental competition for the first time since 2002.
Santa Fe 1* – Gremio 0 (Agg. 2-2) (Copa Libertadores, May 16, 2013) Walter Medina struck the decisive goal in the 80th minute.
Wednesday, May 15th, 2013
Velez Sarsfield 1 – Newell’s Old Boys 2* (Agg. 2-2) (Copa Libertadores, May 15, 2013) Goals from Milton Casco amd Ignacio Scocco gave Newell’s Old Boys a 2-0 lead before Facundo Ferreyra’s 83rd-minute strike set up a frantic finish.
Corinthians 1 – Boca Juniors 1 (Agg. 1-2) (Copa Libertadores, May 15, 2013) Boca took the lead against the run of play after 25 minutes, with veteran Juan Riquelme blasting an unstoppable shot past Cassio in the Corinthians goal. Paulinho gave the hosts hope, heading home Emerson Sheik’s cross six minutes after half-time to put the scores level on the night.
Wednesday, May 15th, 2013
Palmeiras 1 – Tijuana 2 (Tijuana win 2-1 on aggregate) (Copa Libertadores last 16, May 14, 2013) Duvier Riascos gave Tijuana the lead when his mis-hit shot squirmed through Bruno’s hands for an epic goalkeeping fail. A Fernando Arce gave Tijuana a 2-0 lead. Souza pulled one back for Palmeiras from the spot.
Thursday, May 9th, 2013
Nacional 1 – Real Garcilaso 0* (Pens. 1-4) (Copa Libertadores last 16, second leg, May 9, 2013) Gonzalo Bueno grabbed the only goal of the game early in the second half. Peruvians Real Garcilaso are a real fairytale side having only been formed in 2009.