Colo Colo 0 – Palmeiras 1 (Copa Libertadores, April 29, 2009) A sensational strike from Cleiton Xavier in the final minutes of the match ensured 10-man Palmeiras advance to the last 16 of the competition.
Lanus 1 – Caracas 1 (Copa Libertadores, April 29, 2009) Figueroa put Caracas into the lead on 31, eight minutes later Macalik headed home the equaliser.
Everton CD 1 – Guadalajara (Chivas) 1 (Copa Libertadores, April 29, 2009) Chivas looked to be cruising into the knockout round when Javier Hernandez scored an early goal after 6 minutes. Chivas only had to avoid defeat to advance, but nerves jangled when Jaime Riveros struck a dipping free-kick to level the scores two minutes after the break. Everton’s Miralles hit the bar with five minutes of regular time to play, but Chivas held on to advance in second place.
LDU de Quito 2 – Sport Recife 3 (Copa Libertadores, April 29, 2009) Andrade scored a double for Sport either side of a header by Igor as the Brazilian club came from behind twice to win. Carlos Espinola opened the scoring and Liga took the lead for the second time through Danny Vera. Liga, which had two men sent off during the match, became only the second reigning champion to exit in the first round, after Internacional of Brazil in 2007.
Atletico Paranaense 3 – Corinthians 2 (Copa do Brasil, April 29, 2009) Corinthians found themselves 3-down after 50 minutes thanks to goals from Wallyson, Rafael Moura and Chico. Despite losingÂ Ronaldo to a serious looking rib-injury, Corinthians fought back with goals from Cristian and Denthino in the final four minutes set up a tense second leg.
Vitoria 3 – Atletico Mineiro 0 (Copa do Brasil, April 29, 2009) Striker Neto Baiano was the star of the game as he scored twice, while defender Victor Ramos added another with a header.
CSA 0 – Coritiba 4 (Copa do Brasil, April 29, 2009) Marcelinho Paraiba scored twice for the winners while Marcio Gabriel and Carlinhos Paraiba added one apiece.
Flamengo 0 – Fortaleza 0 (Copa do Brasil, April 29, 2009)