Gremio 3 – Liverpool FC 1 (Agg. 5-3)Â (Copa Libertadores Qualification second leg, February 1, 2011) Emiliano Alfaro put Liverpool ahead in the 35th minute, but Andre Lima equalised three minutes later by heading a Fabio Rochemback free-kick in.Nine minutes into the second half, Liverpool midfielder Michel Acosta was sent-off as he tackled Andre Lima while two goals from Vinicius Pacheco, at the 58th and 74th, gave Gremio the victory.
Tolima 2 – Corinthians 0 (Agg. 2-0) (Copa Libertadores Qualification second leg, February 1, 2011) Substitute Danny Santoya put Tolima ahead after 65 minutes and Corinthians’ task became even tougher when their Peruvian substitute Luis Ramirez was sent off in the 72nd for elbowing an opponent less than two minutes after coming on.Striker Wilder Medina headed a second goal in the 77th, leaving Corinthians as the first majorÂ casualtyÂ in this season’s tournament.
Jaguares 2 – Alianza Lima 0 (Agg. 4-0)Â (Copa Libertadores Qualification second leg, February 1, 2011) Antonio Michael Pedroza and Antonio Salazar scored second-half goals to guide Jaguares into Copa Libertadores for the first time in their history.