Grêmio top group after win vs Aurora

March 26, 2009 at 10:39 Leave a comment


A ten man Grêmio came away with all the points against Bolivia’s Aurora thanks to goals from Jonas and Tcheco.

The Porto Alegre side missed a hatful of chances and also had Jonas sent off. But the winner came late in the second-half when Aurora keeper, Dulcich, made a real mess of Tcheco’s free-kick.

The result left Grêmio leaders of Group 7.

See the goals here


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