Copa Libertadores 2012 [R]

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  1. JAIME CHILE

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    6a fecha, 2a fase (anoche):

    Flamengo(BRA)-Lanús(ARG) 3:0
    Welinton, Deivid y Luiz Antônio.

    Olimpia(PAR)-Emelec(ECU) 2:3:eek:
    Arnaldo Castorino(O), Marcos Mondaini(E), Ángel Mena(E, minuto 87), Pablo Zeballos(O, minuto 91) y José L.Quiñónes(E, minuto 92).

    Tabla final grupo 2:

    1. Lanús(ARG) 10 (CLASIFICADO)
    2. Emelec(ECU) 9 (CLASIFICADO)

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    3. Flamengo(BRA) 8 (ELIMINADO):D
    4. Olimpia(PAR) 7 (ELIMINADO)



    Alianza de Lima(PER)-Libertad(PAR) 1:2
    Paolo Hurtado(A), Néstor Camacho(L) y José Núñez(L).

    Nacional de Montevideo(URU)-Vasco da Gama(BRA) 0:1:)
    Diego Souza.

    Tabla final grupo 5:

    1. Libertad(PAR) 13 +4 11g (CLASIFICADO)
    2. Vasco da Gama(BRA) 13 +4 10g (CLASIFICADO)

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    3. Nacional de Montevideo(URU) 6 (ELIMINADO)
    4. Alianza de Lima(PER) 3 (ELIMINADO)


    Ya hay 12 clubes clasificados:

    Vasco da Gama, Fluminense y Corinthians(BRA)
    Vélez Sarsfield, Lanús y Boca Juniors(ARG)
    Universidad de Chile y Unión Española(CHI)
    Libertad(PAR)
    Atlético Nacional(COL)
    Emelec(ECU)
    Cruz Azul(MÉJ)

    8vos de final (hasta ahora):

    Libertad 13 +4 11g vs Bolívar 7 -1
    Vasco da Gama 13 +4 10g vs Deportivo Quito 7 +2
    Vélez Sarsfield 12 +6 vs Cruz Azul 8 +4
    Fluminense 12 +2 vs Internacional 8 +5
    Atlético Nacional 11 +9 vs Emelec 9
    Corinthians 11 +5 vs Boca Juniors 10 +4 7g
    Lanús 10 +5 11g vs Unión Española/Universidad de Chile 10 +4 9g
    Santos 10 +5 10g vs Unión Española/Universidad de Chile 10 +4 9g


  2. Andrés_

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    So in short this is the "smoke-selling" group.

    In the other hand, Lanús managed to get past the group stages of the Libertadores.:eek::eek:
  3. JAIME CHILE

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    Entre martes y jueves se definirán los últimos 4 clasificados a 8ºs de final, y por lo tanto el jueves en la noche conoceremos las parejas.

    En azul los ya clasificados a 8ºs de final.
    En verde (color de la esperanza) los que tienen la esperanza de clasificar.
    En rojo los eliminados.

    Martes 17:

    Dep.Quito(ECU)-Guadalajara(MÉJ)
    Vélez Sarsfield(ARG)-Defensor Sporting(URU)
    Junior(COL)-Unión Española(CHI)
    Bolívar(BOL)-Universidad Católica(CHI)

    Miércoles 18:

    Boca Juniors(ARG)-Zamora(VEN)
    Arsenal(ARG)
    -Fluminense(BRA)
    Cruz Azul(MÉJ)-Nacional de Asunción(PAR)
    Corinthians(BRA)-Dep.Táchira(VEN)

    Jueves 19:
    Peñarol(URU)-Godoy Cruz(ARG)
    Universidad de Chile(CHI)-Atlético Nacional(COL)
    Juan Áurich(PER)-Internacional(BRA)
    Santos(BRA)-The Strongest


    En principio los clasificados debieran ser Santos(BRA), Internacional(BRA), Bolívar(BOL) y Dep.Quito(ECU).

    Pero The Strongest(BOL), Univ.Católica(CHI), Defensor Sporting(URU) y Guadalajara(MÉJ) todavía tienen posibilidades matemáticas.
  4. Suyuntuy

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    Cierre de candela a la fase de grupos: Jueves, 6 PM PST, U de Chile vs. Atletico Nacional. Perhaps the two most impressive teams of the cup so far.


  5. posteador

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    I don't think we have reached our peak yet, but we are getting there, we are definitely in better form since we were beaten in Colombia. Should be an interesting match to gauge how much we have improved.
  6. argentine soccer fan

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    I realize it's a meaningless game, but doesn't Velez have any pride?
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    does chivas have any pride? what an effin joke.
  8. Suyuntuy

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    Que tal revolcada a las pobres Chivas.
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    Which is weird because they supposedly wanted to "destroy" the group, then I saw that they had some substitutes specially in the backline.:confused:

    Near the end of the match i changed channels to see not only Deport defeating Chivas 5-0 but also that Alustiza actually scored 4 goals!?:eek:

    Bolivar-Católica started, two minutes in and Bolivar scored.
  10. argentine soccer fan

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    Wow! Chivas lost 5-0. Was that sort of a fluke, like Lanus 6 Olimpia 0, or are they really that bad?
  11. Suyuntuy

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    Man, when you're that high up in the puna, you can shoot from midfield and the ball does weird things.
  12. DGreat

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    It hurts to say it but I think we are that bad, then again we were also playing a men down.
  13. Suyuntuy

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    Well, I bet even this Chivas would get to the semis of the Concachafa.

    Two more goals by Bolívar and another goal for Junior, and Bolívar ends as leader of Group 3, above the Unión Española.
  14. Suyuntuy

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    Católica ya dobló las patas.
  15. argentine soccer fan

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    A man down in the altitude matters more -even if you're used to altitude.
  16. Bolivianfuego

    Bolivianfuego Your favorite Bolivian

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    Que tal' mi Bolívar eh? ;)
  17. GavoCol

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    No, Union Española termino lider del grupo con una diferencia de goles de +3, Bolivar termino con +2
  18. Bolivianfuego

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    Bolívar needed 1 more goal and for Junior to win 3-1 to win the group.

    But even with one more goal, Union and Bolívar would be tied.

    Because Bolívar lost both times vs. Union, they'd get first either way.

    I am NOT looking forward to Bolívar playing Atletico Nacional....
  19. Century's Best

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    I gotta say I'm glad we have a Bolivian team in the round of 16. Diversity is good.

    As for my country's teams, Fluminense, Vasco, and Corinthians are through. We'll know whether Fluminense and Corinthians finish 1st or 2nd in their groups. Santos and Internacional are very close to being in - I expect Santos to finish first and Internacional second.

    Flamengo could've made it too... oh well.
  20. argentine soccer fan

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    That would make Union Española the worst first place team, I think. Eight seed.
  21. Dustyvinyl

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    Nos faltaba el 4to gol y ayuda de Junior. Pero esta bien asi, ace mucho tiempo un equipo boliviano no avanza a Octavos pero esta noche se festeja en La Paz
  22. argentine soccer fan

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    Yeah, that's swell...as long as Boca doesn't have to go to La Paz to play them.
  23. Century's Best

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    The funny thing if this were to occur is that fans of other teams in your country would probably unleash those wisecracks about how all fans of your side are Bolivians. I remember seeing Independente fans w/ Bolivian and Paraguayan flags mocking Boca (this supposedly led to complaints from the diplomatic corps of those countries).

    What I thought was really funny was that I saw a Bolivian flag being flown by your team's fans in the stands when your team faced AC Milan in 2007.
  24. argentine soccer fan

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    Well, a great number of the Bolivian and Paraguayan immigrants into Argentina have adopted Boca Juniors as their team, and unfortunately some of the racists and xenophobics try to use that against us. It's also envy, because Boca is so popular and successful. Anyway, I am glad to welcome our Bolivian and Paraguayan brothers into the Boca family!
  25. Century's Best

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    That's cool. I wasn't mocking you - I re-read my post and hoped you didn't think I meant it offensively.

    Besides, with the exception of Independente fans, rival fans from other teams within your country can't trash talk your side when it comes to the Libertadores. Even if you don't win it this year, you're in it, and you're a contender.

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