Copa Libertadores de América 2011


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Preliminary Round
(Jan 25-Feb 1)
Independiente (Avellaneda)Arg  Deportivo Quito           Ecu   2-0  0-1  2-1
  [Matías Defederico 50, Patricio Rodríguez 71]
  [Michael Jackson Quiñónez 57]
(Jan 26-Feb 2)
Corinthians (São Paulo)   Bra  Deportes Tolima (Ibagué)  Col   0-0  0-2  0-2
  [Danny Santoya 66, Wilder Medina 78]
Liverpool (Montevideo)    Uru  Grêmio (P. Alegre)        Bra   2-2  1-3  3-5x
  [Mauren Franco 10, Alfredo Nicolás Guevara 25; André Lima 6, Douglas 14]
  [André Lima 38, Vinicius Pacheco 57, 74; Emiliano Alfaro 35]
(Jan 26-Feb 1)
Alianza (Lima)            Per  Jaguares (Tuxtla Gtz.)    Mex   0-2  0-2  0-4
  [Antonio Michael Pedroza 41, Jorge Marcelo Rodríguez 45pen]
  [Antonio Michael Pedroza 69, Antonio Salazar 74]
(Jan 27-Feb 3)
Cerro Porteño (Asunción)  Par  Dep. Petare (Caracas)     Ven   1-0  1-1  2-1
  [Roberto Nanni 70]
  [Víctor Guazá 14; Roberto Nanni 36]
Bolívar (La Paz)          Bol  Unión Española (Santiago) Chi   0-1  0-0  0-1
  [Fernando Cordero 16]
x at Estadio Centenario

Group Phase (Feb 9-Apr 20) 

Group 1
Feb 15: San Luis – Libertad                   1-2
  [Juan Manuel Cavallo 40; Nicolás Pavlovich 18, Sergio Aquino 56pen]
Feb 16: Once Caldas – Univ. San Martín        0-3
  [Heber Arriola 37, 59, Germán Alemmano 41]
Feb 22: Univ. San Martín – San Luis           2-0x
  [Gianfranco Labarthe 84, Carlos Marinelli 90]
Feb 22: Once Caldas – Libertad                1-1
  [Dayro Moreno 29; Víctor Hugo Ayala 90]
Mar  2: San Luis – Once Caldas                1-1
  [Michael Arroyo 18; Wason Rentería 3]
Mar  8: Libertad – Univ. San Martín           5-1
  [Rodrigo Rojas 14, Ángel Orue 19, Manuel Maciel 28, Víctor Hugo Ayala 50, 
   Omar Pouso 85; Germán Alemmano 5]
Mar 15: Univ. San Martín – Libertad           0-1x
  [Sergio Aquino 24pen]
Mar 15: Once Caldas – San Luis                1-1
  [Luis Alberto Núñez 78; Juan Carlos Medina 90+3]
Mar 22: Libertad – Once Caldas                2-2y
  [Nicolás Pavlovich 16, 90; Wason Rentería 12, 19]
Mar 22: San Luis – Univ. San Martín           3-1
  [Juan Carlos Medina 4, Michael Arroyo 14, 75; Ronald Quinteros 61]
Apr 19: Libertad – San Luis                   2-0
  [Jorge González 11, Nicolás Pavlovich 17]
Apr 19: Univ. San Martín – Once Caldas        0-2
  [Wason Rentería 16, Claudio Matías Mirabaje 75]
x in Callao
y at Estadio Defensores del Chaco

 1.Libertad (Asunción)             6  4  2  0  13- 5 14 
 2.Once Caldas (Manizales)         6  1  4  1   7- 8  7
 3.Universidad San Martín (Lima)   6  2  0  4   7-11  6
 4.San Luis (San Luis Potosí)      6  1  2  3   6- 9  5

Group 2
Feb 17: León de Huánuco – Junior              1-2
  [Carlos Elías 87; John Viáfara 23, Carlos Bacca 66]
Feb 17: Grêmio – Oriente Petrolero            3-0
  [Douglas 43pen, 70, Gilson 48]
Feb 23: León de Huánuco – Oriente Petrolero   1-0
  [Carlos Zegarra 35]
Feb 24: Junior – Grêmio                       2-1
  [Giovanni Hernández 29, John Viáfara 74; Borges 5]
Mar  3: Grêmio – León de Huánuco              2-0
  [André Lima 42, Borges 55pen]
Mar  9: Oriente Petrolero – Junior            1-2
  [Juan Carlos Arce 90; Víctor Cortés 27, Luis Alfonso Páez 46]
Mar 17: León de Huánuco – Grêmio              1-1
  [Carlos Elías 44; Carlos Alberto 54]
Mar 17: Junior – Oriente Petrolero            2-1
  [Carlos Bacca 65, 72pen; Jhasmani Campos 48]
Mar 24: Oriente Petrolero – León de Huánuco   2-0
  [Alcides Peña 17, Jhasmani Campos 78]
Apr  7: Grêmio – Junior                       2-0
  [Lúcio 33, Borges 60]
Apr 14: Oriente Petrolero – Grêmio            3-0
  [Nicolás Fernández 51, Fernando Saucedo 75, Juan Carlos Arce 80]
Apr 14: Junior – León de Huánuco              1-1
  [Jossymar Gómez 76; Orlando Rodríguez 84]

 1.Junior (Barranquilla)           6  4  1  1   9- 7 13
 2.Grêmio (Porto Alegre)           6  3  1  2   9- 6 10
 3.Oriente Petrolero (Sta. Cruz)   6  2  0  4   7- 8  6
 4.León de Huánuco                 6  1  2  3   4- 8  5

Group 3
Feb  9: Fluminense – Argentinos Juniors       1-1
  [Rafael Moura 58, 74; Franco Niell 44, 70]
Feb 15: América – Nacional                    2-0
  [Vicente Sánchez 4, Vicente Matías Vuoso 48]
Feb 23: Fluminense – Nacional                 0-0
Feb 24: Argentinos Juniors – América          3-1
  [Santiago Salcedo 45pen, 73, Cristian Sánchez Prette 93; 
   Daniel Montenegro 27]
Mar  2: Nacional – Argentinos Juniors         0-1
  [Franco Niell 21]
Mar  2: América – Fluminense                  1-0
  [Daniel Márquez 70]
Mar 15: Argentinos Juniors – Nacional         0-1
  [Santiago García 34]
Mar 23: Fluminense – América                  3-2
  [Wellington Pereira 21, Clemerson de Araújo 80, Deco 87; 
   Vicente Sánchez 15, 72]
Apr  6: Nacional – Fluminense                 2-0x
  [Santiago García 50, 67]
Apr  6: América – Argentinos Juniors          2-1
  [Vicente Matías Vuoso 73, Daniel Márquez 82; Franco Niell 49]
Apr 20: Nacional – América                    0-0x
Apr 20: Argentinos Juniors – Fluminense       2-4
  [Santiago Salcedo 26pen, Gustavo Oberman 54; Julio César 18, 
   Fred 40, 89pen, Rafael Moura 68]
x at Estadio Centenario

 1.América (Ciudad de México)      6  3  1  2   8- 7 10
 2.Fluminense (Rio de Janeiro)     6  2  2  2   9- 9  8
 3.Nacional (Montevideo)           6  2  2  2   3- 3  8
 4.Argentinos Jrs. (Buenos Aires)  6  2  1  3   9-10  7

Group 4
Feb 15: Vélez Sarsfield – Caracas FC          3-0
  [Maximiliano Moralez 45, David Ramírez 61, Juan Manuel Martínez 84pen]
Feb 16: Unión Española – Univ. Católica       2-2
  [Leonardo Monje 48, Braulio Leal 90pen; Lucas Pratto 68, Fernando Meneses 73]
Mar  3: Vélez Sarsfield – Univ. Católica      3-4
  [Fernando Ortiz 20, Augusto Fernández 21, Emiliano Papa 45; Lucas Pratto 1, 88, 
   Tomás Costa 74, Francisco Pizarro 90]
Mar  3: Caracas FC – Unión Española           2-0
  [Edgar Jiménez 39pen, Nelson Barahona 54]
Mar  9: Univ. Católica – Caracas FC           1-3
  [Pablo Calandria 53; Luis Carlos Cabezas 46, 50, Nelson Barahona 49]
Mar 10: Unión Española – Vélez Sarsfield      2-1
  [Martín Ligüera 3, Braulio Leal 26; David Ramírez 69]
Mar 22: Caracas FC – Univ. Católica           0-2
  [José Luis Villanueva 49, Lucas Pratto 89]
Mar 24: Vélez Sarsfield – Unión Española      2-1
  [Emiliano Papa 23, Santiago Silva 69; Leandro Delgado 34]
Apr  6: Unión Española – Caracas FC           1-2
  [Sebastián Jaime 3; Louis Peña 34, Josef Martínez 83]
Apr  7: Univ. Católica – Vélez Sarsfield      0-0
Apr 14: Caracas FC – Vélez Sarfield           0-3
  [Maximiliano Moralez 21, Santiago Silva 47, 55]
Apr 14: Univ. Católica – Unión Española       2-1
  [Pablo Calandria 49, Marcelo Cañete 78; Kevin Harbottle 47]

 1.Universidad Católica (Santiago) 6  3  2  1  11- 9 11
 2.Vélez Sarsfield (Buenos Aires)  6  3  1  2  12- 7 10
 3.Caracas FC                      6  3  0  3   7-10  9
 4.Unión Española (Santiago)       6  1  1  4   7-11  4

Group 5
Feb 15: Deportivo Táchira – Santos            0-0
Feb 17: Cerro Porteño – Colo Colo             5-2
  [Roberto Nanni 2, 69pen, Julio Dos Santos 7, Juan Manuel Iturbe 47, 86; 
   Cristóbal Jorquera 13, Esteban Paredes 74]
Mar  1: Deportivo Táchira – Colo Colo         2-4
  [Julio Gutiérrez 87, 88; Ezequiel Miralles 20, 45, Esteban Paredes 71, 
   Lucas Wilchez 83]
Mar  2: Santos – Cerro Porteño                1-1
  [Elano 55pen; Roberto Nanni 90pen]
Mar 10: Cerro Porteño – Deportivo Táchira     1-1
  [Roberto Nanni 28; Sergio Herrera 61]
Mar 16: Colo Colo – Santos                    3-2
  [Esteban Paredes 27, Ezequiel Miralles 35, Andrés Scotti 42; Elano 5, Neymar 49]
Apr  6: Deportivo Táchira – Cerro Porteño     0-2
  [Roberto Nanni 20, Iván Torres 65]
Apr  6: Santos – Colo Colo                    3-2
  [Elano 34, Danilo da Silva 36, Neymar 52; Patricio Jerez 82, Diego Rubio 87]
Apr 12: Colo Colo – Deportivo Táchira         2-1
  [Diego Rubio 7, 24; Edgar Pérez Greco 4]
Apr 14: Cerro Porteño – Santos                1-2
  [Pedro Benítez 90; Danilo da Silva 12, Maikon Leite 48]
Apr 20: Santos – Deportivo Táchira            3-1x
  [Neymar 4, Jonathan Cicero 13, Danilo da Silva 72; Gerson Chacón 69]
Apr  20:Colo Colo – Cerro Porteño             2-3
  [Cristóbal Jorquera 4, Esteban Paredes 21; Jonathan Fabbro 43, 88, Iván Piris 48]
x at Estadio Pacaembú

 1.Cerro Porteño (Asunción)        6  3  2  1  13- 8 11
 2.Santos                          6  3  2  1  11- 8 11
 3.Colo Colo (Santiago)            6  3  0  3  15-16  9
 4.Dep. Táchira (San Cristóbal)    6  0  2  4   5-12  2

Group 6
Feb 16: Emelec – Internacional                1-1
  [Fernando Giménez 90; Mario Bolatti 79]
Feb 16: Jaguares – Jorge Wilstermann          2-0
  [Antonio Salazar 66, Ricardo Esqueda 79]
Feb 22: Emelec – Jorge Wilstermann            1-0
  [Eduardo Morante 34]
Feb 23: Internacional – Jaguares              4-0
  [Mario Bolatti 20, 44, Leandro Damiao 66, Oscar dos Santos 91]
Mar  8: Jaguares – Emelec                     2-1
  [Francisco Javier Torres 43pen, Antonio Salazar 67; Cristian Menéndez 69]
Mar 16: Jorge Wilstermann – Internacional     1-4
  [Juan Brown 8; Juan Brown 16og, Leandro Damiao 19, Zé Roberto 25, Kléber Correa 82]
Mar 16: Emelec – Jaguares                     1-0
  [David Quiroz 54pen]
Mar 30: Internacional – Jorge Wilstermann     3-0
  [Oscar dos Santos 18, Andrés D’Alessandro 58, Zé Roberto 72]
Apr  6: Jaguares – Internacional              1-0
  [Antonio Salazar 55]
Apr  7: Jorge Wilstermann – Emelec            0-0
Apr 19: Jorge Wilstermann – Jaguares          2-1
  [Favio Lima de Campos 76, Nicolás Torres 82; Julio Daniel Frías 7]
Apr 19: Internacional – Emelec                2-0
  [Rafael Sobis 52, Leandro Damiao 84]
 
 1.Internacional (Porto Alegre)    6  4  1  1  14- 3 13
 2.Jaguares (Tuxtla Gutiérrez)     6  3  0  3   6- 8  9
 3.Emelec (Guayaquil)              6  2  2  2   4- 5  8
 4.Jorge Wilstermann (Cochabamba)  6  1  1  4   3-11  4

Group 7
Feb 15: Deportes Tolima – Guaraní             1-0
  [Danny Santoya 83]
Feb 16: Cruzeiro – Estudiantes                5-0
  [Wallyson 1, 82, Roger 18, Walter Montillo 39, 59]
Feb 22: Cruzeiro – Guaraní                    4-0
  [Wallyson 30, 64, Ernesto Farías 86, Thiago Ribeiro 89]
Feb 23: Estudiantes – Deportes Tolima         1-0
  [Pablo Barrientos 45]
Mar  2: Deportes Tolima – Cruzeiro            0-0
Mar  9: Guaraní – Estudiantes                 1-2
  [Pablo Caballero 44pen; Pablo Barrientos 51, Leandro González 53] 
Mar 16: Cruzeiro – Deportes Tolima            6-1
  [Walter Montillo 3, Wallyson 32, Roger 62, 71pen, Gilberto 88, Thiago Ribeiro 90; 
   Christian Marrugo 68]
Mar 17: Estudiantes – Guaraní                 5-1
  [Hernán Rodrigo López 2, 19, 59, Leandro González 25, 82; Julián Benítez 79]
Mar 30: Deportes Tolima – Estudiantes         1-1
  [Felipe Noguera 31pen; Federico Fernández 23]
Mar 30: Guaraní – Cruzeiro                    0-2
  [Thiago Ribeiro 17, José María Ortigoza 90]
Apr 13: Guaraní – Deportes Tolima             0-2
  [Danny Santoya 49, Luis Francisco Closa 69]
Apr 13: Estudiantes – Cruzeiro                0-3
  [Thiago Ribeiro 11, Wallyson 45, Gilberto 82]

 1.Cruzeiro (Belo Horizonte)       6  5  1  0  20- 1 16
 2.Estudiantes (La Plata)          6  3  1  2   9-11 10
 3.Deportes Tolima (Ibagué)        6  2  2  2   5- 8  8
 4.Guaraní (Asunción)              6  0  0  6   2-16  0

Group 8
Feb 17: Godoy Cruz – LDU Quito                2-1
  [Carlos Sánchez 17, Nicolás Sánchez 60; Neicer Reasco 53]
Feb 24: Independiente – Peñarol               3-0
  [Facundo Parra 47, Cristian Pellerano 70, Néstor Andrés Silvera 85]
Mar  1: Godoy Cruz – Peñarol                  1-3
  [Rubén Ramírez 31; Juan Manuel Olivera 1, 42, Luis Aguiar 67]
Mar  3: LDU Quito – Independiente             3-0
  [Paul Ambrosi 11, Miller Bolaños 52, Patricio Urrutia 79]
Mar  9: Peñarol – LDU Quito                   1-0
  [Luis Aguiar 57]
Mar 10: Independiente – Godoy Cruz            1-3
  [Facundo Parra 16; Hernán Fredes 28og, Ariel Rojas 32, Rubén Ramírez 56]
Mar 17: LDU Quito – Peñarol                   5-0
  [Carlos Luna 22, Walter Calderón 45, 78, Carlos Valdez 58og, Hernán Barcos 64pen]
Mar 23: Godoy Cruz – Independiente            1-1
  [Rubén Ramírez 34; Matías Defederico 1]
Mar 31: Peñarol – Godoy Cruz                  2-1
  [Juan Manuel Olivera 42, Nicolás Freitas 71; Darío Rodríguez 57og]
Apr  5: Independiente – LDU Quito             1-1
  [Leonel Núñez 24pen; Hernán Barcos 58]
Apr 12: LDU Quito – Godoy Cruz                2-0
  [Luis Bolaños 48, Hernán Barcos 59]
Apr 12: Peñarol – Independiente               0-1
  [Facundo Parra 34]
         
 1.LDU (Quito)                     6  3  1  2  12- 4 10
 2.Peñarol (Montevideo)            6  3  0  3   6-11  9
 3.Independiente (Avellaneda)      6  2  2  2   7- 8  8
 4.Godoy Cruz (Mendoza)            6  2  1  3   8-10  7


Second Round
(Apr 26 & May 4)
Grêmio (P. Alegre)        Bra  Univ. Católica (Santiago) Chi   1-2  0-1  1-3
  [Douglas 59; Lucas Pratto 29, 75]
  [Milovan Mirosevic 87]
(Apr 26 & May 5)
Vélez Sarsfield (B. Aires)Arg  LDU (Quito)               Ecu   3-0  2-0  5-0
  [Augusto Fernández 8, 11, Sebastián Domínguez 55]
  [Ricardo Alvarez 42, Iván Gonzalo Bella 81]
(Apr 27 & May 3)
Santos                    Bra  América (Cdad. De México) Mex   1-0  0-0  1-0x
  [Ganso 38]
(Apr 27 & May 4)
Once Caldas (Manizales)   Col  Cruzeiro (B. Horizonte)   Bra   1-2  2-0  3-2
  [Luis Núñez 89; Wallyson 72, José María Ortigoza 83]
  [Diego Amaya 67, Dayro Moreno 71]
(Apr 27 & May 5)
Jaguares (Tuxtla Gtz.)    Mex  Junior (Barranquilla)     Col   1-1  3-3 *4-4
  [Jackson Martínez 57; Luis Alfonso Páez 7]
  [Juan Valencia 35, Luis Páez 51pen, Carlos Bacca 73; Jackson Martínez 40, 63, 
   Edgar Andrade 87]
Estudiantes (La Plata)    Arg  Cerro Porteño (Asunción)  Par   0-0  0-0  0-0  3-5p
(Apr 28 & May 4)
Peñarol (Montevideo)      Uru  Internacional (P. Alegre) Bra   1-1  2-1  3-2
  [Matías Corujo 36; Leandro Damiao 65]
  [Oscar 1; Alejandro Martinuccio 46, Juan Manuel Olivera 50]
Fluminense (R. de Janeiro)Bra  Libertad (Asunción)       Par   3-1  0-3  3-4
  [Rafael Moura 4, Marquinho 73, Darío Conca 75; Rodolfo Gamarra 61]
  [Rodrigo Rojas 58, Miguel Ángel Samudio 86, José Núñez 90]
x in Querétaro

Quarterfinals
(May 11 & 18)
Once Caldas (Manizales)   Col  Santos                    Bra   0-1  1-1  1-2
  [Alan Patrick 42]
  [Neymar 12; Wason Rentería 30]
(May 11 & 19)
Peñarol (Montevideo)      Uru  Univ. Católica (Santiago) Chi   2-0  1-2  3-2
  [Juan Manuel Olivera 37, Alejandro Martinuccio 90]
  [Fernando Meneses 17, Roberto Carlos Gutiérrez 69; Fabián Estoyanoff 85]
(May 12 & 18)
Vélez Sarsfield (B. Aires)Arg  Libertad (Asunción)       Par   3-0  4-2  7-2x
  [Maximiliano Moralez 21, Juan Manuel Martínez 76pen 81]
  [Rodrigo Rojas 44, Manuel Maciel 51; Maximiliano Moralez 45, 67, Guillermo Franco 87pen, 
   Augusto Fernández 88]
(May 12 & 19)
Jaguares (Tuxtla Gtz.)    Mex  Cerro Porteño (Asunción)  Par   1-1  0-1  1-2
  [Antonio Michael Pedroza 90; Jonathan Fabbro 73]
  [Pedro Benítez 70]
x First Leg at Estadio Alberto J. Armando (Boca Juniors)

Semifinals
(May 25 & Jun 1)
Santos                    Bra  Cerro Porteño (Asunción)  Par   1-0  3-3  4-3x
  [Edú Dracena 43]
  [César Benítez 31, Juan Manuel Lucero 60, Jonathan Fabbro 81; Zé Eduardo 2, 
   Diego Barreto 28og, Neymar 45+2]
(May 26 & Jun 2)
Peñarol (Montevideo)      Uru  Vélez Sarsfield (B. Aires)Arg   1-0  1-2 *2-2
  [Darío Rodríguez 45]
  [Fernando Tobio 45, Santiago Silva 67; Matías Mier 34]
x At Estadio Pacaembú

Final (Jun 15 & 22)
Peñarol (Montevideo)      Uru  Santos                    Bra   0-0  1-2  1-2x
  [Neymar 47, Danilo 69; Durval 80og]
x At Estadio Pacaembú


 
First Leg [Jun 15, Centenario Stadium, Montevideo, att: 60.000, ref: Carlos Amarilla   [PAR]]
Peñarol (URU) 0-0 Santos (BRA)
Peñarol: Sebastián Sosa; Alejandro González, Carlos Valdez, 
  Guillermo Rodríguez, Darío Rodríguez; Matías Corujo (Antonio Pacheco 67),
  Luis Aguiar, Nicolás Freitas, Matias Mier (Fabian Estoyanoff 55);
  Alejandro Martinuccio, Juan Manuel Olivera (Diego Alonso 82).
  Coach: Diego Aguirre.
Santos: Rafael; Pará, Bruno Rodrigo, Durval, Alex Sandro; Adriano, Danilo,
  Arouca, Elano (Alan Patrick 78); Neymar, Zé Eduardo (Bruno Aguiar 89).
  Coach: Muricy Ramalho
Yellow Cards: Martinuccio, Corujo, Gonzalez (P); Neymar, Arouca (S)
 
Second Leg [Jun 22, Pacaembu stadium, Sao Paulo, att: 40.000, ref: Sergio Pezzotta (ARG)]
Santos (BRA) 2-1 Peñarol (URU)
  [Neymar 46, Danilo 68; Durval 79og]
Santos: Rafael; Danilo, Edu Dracena, Durval, Leo (Alex Sandro 67);
  Adriano, Arouca, Elano, Paulo Henrique Ganso (Para 86); Neymar,
  Zé Eduardo. Coach: Muricy Ramalho.
Peñarol: Sebastián Sosa; Alejandro González (Emiliano Albín 3
  (Fabián Estoyanoff 78)), Carlos Valdez, Guillermo Rodríguez,
  Darío Rodríguez; Matías Corujo, Luis Aguiar, Nicolás Freitas,
  Matías Mier (Jonathan Urretaviscaya 62); Alejandro Martinuccio,
  Juan Manuel Olivera. Coach: Diego Aguirre.
Yellow Cards: Neymar, Zé Eduardo (S); González, Corujo, Freitas (P)
 
Santos champions.
 
Topscorer
Wallyson Cruzeiro (BRA) 7
Roberto Nanni (ARG) Cerro Porteño (PAR) 7
Lucas Pratto (ARG) Universidad Católica (CHI) 6
Neymar Santos (BRA) 6
Juan Manuel OliverA Peñarol (URU) 5
Maxi Moralez Vélez Sarsfield (ARG) 5
Wason Rentería Once Caldas (COL) 5


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