Copa Libertadores: Sao Paulo lose 4-3 at Bolivar but progress; Gremio knock out LDU on penalties

Bolivar 4 – Sao Paulo 3 (Agg. 4-8) (Copa Libertadores Qualification, January 30, 2013) Sao Paulo took a very early lead with Luis Fabiano heading home two minutes after kick-off, and managed to take a three-goal lead at the Estadio Hernando Siles as Jadson made it 2-0 at the 15th and Osvaldo added another 11 minutes before half-time. With an eight-goal advantage in the tie, Sao Paulo relaxed and Bolivar put on a show for their fans. William Ferreira reduced the deficit in the 37th minute and Nelson Cabrera netted a brace to equalise. In the 58th minute, Cabrera headed a Gerardo Yecerotte cross from the right and he then levelled the game on the night with a free-kick. After 74 minutes, Ferreira gave Bolivar a consolation win with a penalty.

Gremio 1 – LDU de Quito 0 (Pens. 5-4) (Agg. 2-2) (Copa Libertadores Qualification, January 30, 2013) Elano rocketed home a golazo in regulation time, before Gremio keeper Marcelo Grohe saved Eduardo Morante’s shot to win the shootout.

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