Three Brazilian clubs top Libertadores groups

March 6, 2009 at 11:01 3 comments

Mr Washington goes to town

Mr Washington goes to town

Sport Recife, São Paulo and Cruzeiro are leading the way in their respective groups in South America’s most prestigious competition.

Sport went top of Group 1 after beating current Libertadores holders, LDU, 2-0 in the Estádio Ilha do Retiro in Recife. See the goals by Daniel Paulista and Paulo Baier, and Cruzeiro’s goal here

Cruzeiro’s 1-0 win away at Bolivia’s Universitário Sucre in the estádio Olímpico Pátria, saw them move to pole position in Group 5. The only sour note was that Kléber got sent off yet again for the second time in three Libertadores games.

On Thursday, São Paulo came away with a 3-1 victory at America de Cali thanks to Borges and a brace from Washington. Muricy Ramalho’s men are now leaders of Group 4. See the goals.

The two teams that are letting the Brazilians down are Palmeiras who are bottom of Group 1, and Grêmio who sit 3rd in Group 7.

See the table and the rest of the Libertadores results here

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Guillermo  |  March 10, 2009 at 17:34

    As a complete moron you “forget” to mention that Grêmio only played once in “La Copa”.

    GO GRÊMIO!!!

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  • 2. pitacodogringo  |  March 11, 2009 at 13:03

    Caro Guillermo
    Do your parents know that you are using their PC when they are at work? Or are you using a computer at kindergarten? If this continues, I will be compelled to write to both your school and parents telling them what a naughty little boy you’ve been and recommending that you get a detention and have your pocket money stopped -or at the very least that they take away your rattle and lollipop for a day.
    abrs

    Reply
  • 3. Colorado Matt  |  March 12, 2009 at 06:50

    A goalless draw against some Chilean club and a few defeats in the Gauchao and the Gremista’s get over exicted..

    Reply

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