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    ANDREAS PEREIRA will be heading back to Manchester in the summer with his tail between his legs after a costly slip in the final of the Copa Libertadores. The on-loan Manchester United man has been enjoying a prolific loan spell with Flamengo, banging in the goals for the Brazilians. 3Pereira picked up the ball facing his own goalCredit: @Tomiconcina1 3He scuffed his first pass and then slipped as he tried to make up for his error 3Pereira's costly slip left Deyverson through on goalCredit: @Tomiconcina1 Andreas Pereira doing his best Gerrard impression in the Copa Libertadores Final pic.twitter.com/KVVi5K0wLm— Fin (@FinMUFC_) November 27, 2021 But he was involved at the wrong end of the pitch on Saturday night. With the score 1-1 between Flamengo and Palmeiras after 90 minutes a tense final headed into extra time. And four minutes into the additional period Pereira dropped into the backline to pick up the ball. He scuffed his initial pass, before slipping on his second attempt, leaving Deyverson through on goal. And the Palmeiras striker duly converted -...
    PALMEIRAS are all set to defend their Copa Libertadores crown against 2019 champions Flamengo in an all-Brazilian final. The clash at the Estadio Centenario in Montevideo will see Palmeiras looking to become only the second side this century to successfully retain the trophy. JOIN SUN VEGAS: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100s OF GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (Ts&Cs apply) 1Flamengo are favourites to lift the trophy as the sides clash in UruguayCredit: AFP But they have their work cut out against the Mengao, with Flamengo unbeaten in the last NINE meeting between the pair. When is Palmeiras vs Flamengo? This season's Copa Libertadores final will be held on Saturday, November 27. Kick-off is at 8pm GMT. When the sides last met, Flamengo won a Brazilian Serie A match in September 3-1 thanks to goals from Michael and Pedro. Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on? You can catch all the action on the BBC iPlayer. The service is available to everyone with a valid TV...
    BRAZILIAN side Palmeiras are all set to defend their Copa Libertadores crown against domestic rivals Flamengo. The clash at the Estadio Centenario in Montevideo will see Palmeiras looking to become only the second side this century to successfully retain the trophy. JOIN SUN VEGAS: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100s OF GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (Ts&Cs apply) 1Flamengo are favourites to lift the trophy as the sides clash in UruguayCredit: AFP But they have their work cut out against the Mengao, with Flamengo unbeaten in the last NINE meeting between the pair. When is Palmeiras vs Flamengo? This season's Copa Libertadores final will be held on Saturday, November 27. Kick-off is at 8pm GMT. When the sides last met, Flamengo won a Brazilian Serie A match in September 3-1 thanks to goals from Michael and Pedro. Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on? You can catch all the action on the BBC iPlayer. The service is available to everyone with a valid TV licence...
    Brazilian clubs’ domination of South American soccer is underscored by the Copa Libertadores final between Flamengo and Palmeiras on Saturday in Montevideo. A Brazilian team will win the South American crown for a third consecutive time, an eighth time since 2010. Flamengo won the trophy in 2019. Palmeiras is the defending champion thanks to a 1-0 victory against local rival Santos. The winner on Saturday will become a three-time champion. Whoever it is will put Brazil closer to Argentina in the tally of Copa Libertadores champions; 21 against Argentina’s 25, with many of the Argentine titles lifted early in the tournament’s history at a time when Brazilian clubs did not prioritize the competition. The dominance of Brazilian clubs also includes the finalists of the second-tier Copa Sudamericana, won by Athletico this week. This year marks the first time all four finalists of both Copas have come from the same country. Brazil’s advantage has also appeared in major signings. Players who could still be in Europe decided to return home, including Atletico Mineiro strikers Diego Costa and Hulk, Flamengo...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazilian soccer clubs are dominating South American soccer and Saturday’s Copa Libertadores final between Flamengo and Palmeiras at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo only underscores that fact. A Brazilian team will win the South American crown for the third consecutive time, the seventh in the latest 10. Flamengo won the trophy in 2019 in a 2-1 thriller against Argentina’s River Plate. Palmeiras is the defending champion thanks to a 1-0 victory against local rival Santos. Both finalists will seek their third title in South America’s most prestigious club tournament. Whoever wins will put Brazil closer to Argentina in the tally of Copa Libertadores champions; 21 against Argentina’s 25, with many Argentinian titles being lifted early in the tournament’s history at a time Brazilian clubs did not prioritize the South American competition. The dominance of Brazilian clubs also includes the two finalists of this season’s Copa Sudamericana, lifted by Athletico. This year marks the first time that all four finalists of the region’s club tournaments have come from the same country. Brazil’s advantage has also appeared...
    PALMEIRAS are set to take on Flamengo in the final of the Copa Libertadores next month, but star man Felipe Melo is the subject of some pre-match controversy. The final is scheduled to be played at the Centenario Stadium in Uruguay on November 27 - with Brazilian midfielder Melo facing being detained if he enters the country. 2Melo (L) helped Palmeiras to the final of the Copa Libertadores after beating Atletico Mineiro on away goals following 0-0 and 1-1 draws in the first and second legs respectivelyCredit: AP 2He also led the club to glory in South America's version of the Champions League in 2020Credit: Getty According to TyC Sports, a warrant is out for Melo to be detained after he was involved in a mass brawl when Palmeiras played Uruguayan side Peñarol in 2017. It means Palmeiras chiefs fear Melo could be 'delayed' when trying to enter Uruguay next month, with the Public Ministry of Uruguay wanting his version of events. And as a result the club have already hired lawyers to work on the case...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — Two goals from Bruno Henrique set up an all-Brazilian final for this year’s edition of Copa Libertadores featuring the two latest winners of the tournament. Flamengo beat Ecuador’s Barcelona 2-0 in Guayaquil on Wednesday and will face local rival Palmeiras at the Nov. 27 final at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo. The Rio de Janeiro club, which won the trophy in 2019, had won the first leg by the same score. Henrique opened the scoring in the 18th minute and added a second in the 50th minute. Palmeiras advanced Tuesday on away goals on Tuesday after a 1-1 draw at Atlético Mineiro. The first leg between the two finished 0-0. Flamengo and Palmeiras will seek their third title in the Copa Libertadores. The two clubs have dominated Brazilian soccer since 2018, with heavy investments and talented young players. Palmeiras secured its second South American title earlier this year in a 1-0 victory against Santos at the Maracanã Stadium. It was the club’s first South American crown since 1999. Flamengo beat Argentina’s River Plate...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil’s Palmeiras advanced to the Copa Libertadores final on away goals on Tuesday after a 1-1 draw at Atlético Mineiro. The first leg between the two finished 0-0. Eduardo Vargas opened the scoring for the hosts at the Mineirão Stadium with a header in the 52nd minute, but Dudu leveled in the 68th minute from close range. The match in Belo Horizonte was attended by 18,000 fans, mostly Atlético Mineiro’s. Palmeiras did not have any supporters for the first leg in Sao Paulo. Defending Copa Libertadores champions Palmeiras will seek its third title in history against Brazil’s Flamengo or Ecuador’s Barcelona. The first leg ended 2-0 for the Brazilians, with the second to be played on Wednesday in Guayaquil. The Copa Libertadores final will be played on Nov. 27 at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo. Palmeiras secured its second South American title earlier this year in a 1-0 victory against Santos at the Maracanã Stadium. ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — Barcelona of Ecuador advanced to the Copa Libertadores semifinals by the narrowest of margins to prevent a complete Brazilian domination of the final four. Stopping a Brazilian club clinching the title will only get harder for the underdogs. The Ecuadorian club advanced on away goals after a 1-1 home draw with Brazil’s Fluminense on Thursday following a 2-2 draw last week in Rio de Janeiro. Mastriani opened the scoring in Guayaquil in the 73rd minute from close range and veteran Fred equalized from the spot near full-time. Flamengo, Palmeiras and Atlético Mineiro had already secured semifinal spots earlier in the week, marking the first time three Brazilian clubs have reached the final four. Barcelona’s next match is against heavy favorite Flamengo, which trashed Paraguay’s Olimpia 9-2 on aggregate. Flemengo won their second leg 5-1 at home on Wednesday with striker Gabriel Barbosa scoring twice. If Flamengo advances to the decider, it will be the second consecutive all-Brazilian final of the Copa Libertadores. Palmeiras beat Santos 1-0 and lifted the trophy at the Maracanã Stadium in Rio...
    08/19/2021 at 7:05 PM CEST Barcelona Sporting Club or Fluminense will complete the semifinals of the Copa Libertadores 2021. The Ecuadorians, who were on the verge of reaching the final in 2017, harvested a valuable draw (2-2) in the Fluminense fiefdom and they will play their place in the semifinals at home against a Brazilian team that has only played one final in 2008 and only on that occasion was he among the four best teams. A goal from Fred from the penalty spot has left the tie more open than expected. Cortéz put Barcelona ahead two minutes to go and left the classification on track, but The Brazilian team forced the tie and leaves Fluminense alive: if they win at the Estadio Monumental Isidro Romero Carbo they will return to the semifinals for the second time in their history. Ecuadorians, unlike Brazilians, have a little more experience in the final rounds of the Copa Libertadores: they stayed at the gates of the final in the 2017 edition, something that also happened...
    08/17/2021 at 7:00 PM CEST Palmeiras de Abel Ferreira faces the second leg of the quarterfinals of the Copa Libertadores as a theoretical favorite to the semifinals. With the current champion status, in addition to disputing the second duel of the crossing at home, give you a certain preference in the forecasts, but the strength of Sao Paulo is presented as a major challenge. The two Brazilian teams have pending accounts, especially Palmeiras, which fell 2-0 against Sao Paulo in the Paulista final and lost the title after drawing at Allianz Parque in the first leg.. In fact, those of Abel Ferreira have been unable to defeat those of Hernán Crespo in the last five direct confrontations. Palmeiras managed to beat Santos in the 2020 Copa Libertadores final and add their second title to the club’s record after more than two decades of waiting. To maintain hegemony, he must defeat a tough Sao Paulo, which adds one more title (the last in 2005) and is looking forward to staying at the gates...
    (CNN Español) — Palmeiras ganó su segunda Copa Libertadores tras el título conseguido en 1999 ante el Deportivo Cali de Colombia. En esta ocasión, el rival fue un equipo brasileño y con tradición: el Santos FC. Una final de partido único, una final sin espectadores en uno de los estadios más grandes del mundo. Palmeiras se impuso con un solitario gol de Breno Lopes al minuto 98, pero antes del cabezazo de la gloria, el encuentro brilló por su falta de ritmo. Así lo vivieron algunos usuarios en las redes. Yo mirando la final de la #CopaLibertadores pic.twitter.com/7p6ZUci4eQ — Fulano de tal. (@puchojenso___) January 30, 2021 ???????????????? Final de #CopaLibertadores entre 2 brasileños. Expectativa / Realidad pic.twitter.com/gQif8DddkH — Emilio Sansolini (@EmilioSansolini) January 30, 2021 Marinho después de haber tocado la copa #CopaLibertadores pic.twitter.com/rLIZ2h5Br8 — HK (@Karina_Heidy_) January 30, 2021 En la Cota 905 hubo mas disparos que este partido#CopaLibertadores pic.twitter.com/6ccBQyV7l6 — Tío Whiskyvel (@TioWhiskyvel) January 30, 2021 Aquí nosotros viendo la Final de la #CopaLibertadores ⚽️????????⚽️#PALxSAN @VivaNicaragua13 pic.twitter.com/sW1u76saBv — Roberto Zúñiga (@robertoviva13) January 30, 2021 #FinalDeOtroMundo #CopaLibertadores pic.twitter.com/090uuAPG9t — Emilio (@Eslayier)...
    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Substitute Breno Lopes scored in injury time as Palmeiras won its second Copa Libertadores title on Saturday with a 1-0 victory against Santos in an all-Brazilian final. It is the second consecutive year that a Portuguese coach has won the South American title. Palmeiras’ Abel Ferreira, who took over in November, follows the footsteps of Jorge Jesus, who won the title last year with Flamengo. The two Sao Paulo teams were bitter rivals in the 1960s, and some fans of both sides travelled to Rio de Janeiro to cheer from outside the empty Maracana stadium despite the coronavirus threat. ____ Savarese reported from Sao Paulo ____ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/Soccer and https://twitter.com/AP—Sports Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    SANTOS manager Cuca was hoping for a helping hand from above during the Copa Libertadores Final. In South America's biggest club competition, the Brazilian side took on fierce rivals Palmeiras looking to lift the trophy for the first time since 2011. 2Santos boss Cuca was looking for a helping hand in the Copa Libertadores finalCredit: Reuters And while the final usually has some of South America's best wonderkids on show, it was the gaffer who caught the eye from the touchline. Instead of wearing a suit or even a tracksuit, Cuca opted for an outrageous t-shirt featuring the Virgin Mary and Jesus. He will certainly be hoping it provides some divine inspiration so he can get his hands on the holy grail on Saturday evening. Santos have won the competition three times in their history while Palmeiras are looking for only their second. While Cuca appears to be the star on the show this year, Santos boasted Neymar in 2011 and Pele in the 1960s. 2The boss was hoping to get his hands on the holy...
    PALMEIRAS take on rivals Santos in a huge all-Brazilian Copa Libertadores final. Both teams will be looking to get their hands on the coveted South American trophy, which they've won four times between them. 1Santos take on Palmeiras in an all-Brazilian Copa Libertadores finalCredit: AFP What time does Palmeiras vs Santos kick-off? Palmeiras' huge clash with rivals Santos will get take place on Saturday, January 30. Kick-off is at 8pm UK time - 5pm in Rio de Janeiro. The game will take place at the Maracana Stadium in Rio. There will be no fans in attendance for the clash. What channel is Palmeiras vs Santos on and can I live stream it? Palmeiras vs Santos will be shown live on BBC iPlayer and on the BBC Red Button. Coverage of the clash will begin just before 8pm UK time. You can live stream the game from a mobile or tablet device, so long as you download the BBC iPlayer app. Most read in FootballLive BlogGUNNERS LATESTArsenal transfer news LIVE: Follow all...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — South American players have often reached the heights of European soccer in recent years, and European coaches are now doing the same in South America. Abel Ferreira is looking to become the second Portuguese coach to win the Copa Libertadores title. He will lead Palmeiras against Santos on Saturday in an all-Brazilian — and all-Sao Paulo — final at an empty Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. “I feel we have all the conditions to win,” said the 42-year-old Ferreira, who took over at the club in November. “That is why I crossed the Atlantic to be here, in a big club, working to get in deciders and win.” Last year, Jorge Jesus won the South American title as coach of another Brazilian club, Flamengo. He is now in charge at Benfica in his native Portugal. Cuca, the coach opposing Ferreira on Saturday, has plenty of experience in the Copa Libertadores. He won the South American club title in 2013 with Atletico Mineiro. Cuca, who was hospitalized for weeks with COVID-19 in October, said his team...
    Some private school basketball programs are testing the limits of murky pandemic restrictions Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez will perform at Biden inauguration Santos vs. Palmeiras: Copa Libertadores final set after Boca Juniors concede three times in blowout loss Palmeiras and Santos of Brazil will contest the final of the Copa Libertadores after both sides came through their semi-finals against River Plate and Boca Juniors from Argentina. © Provided by CBS Sports In the first of this week's two semi-finals, both played in Sao Paulo, Palmeiras were beaten 2-0 by River but their three-goal first leg lead from Buenos Aires saw them advance 3-2 on aggregate over the two legs. ????⚽ A dramatic #Libertadores night in São Paulo! ????⚪???? @RiverPlate topped @Palmeiras 2-0 on the evening, but it was the Brazilians booking a spot in the Final thanks to a 3-2 aggregate win. ???? All of the highlights, brought to you by @FTBSantander. pic.twitter.com/9FnF1aFUBl— CONMEBOL Libertadores (@TheLibertadores) January 13, 2021Robert Rojas opened the scoring for the Argentine giants at Allianz Parque on the half hour and was later sent...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — Santos defeated Boca Juniors 3-0 on Wednesday to advance to the Copa Libertadores final against Palmeiras. The first leg of the tie last week ended in a goalless draw in Buenos Aires. The decider will be played on Jan.30 at the Maracanã stadium in Rio de Janeiro. There will be no fans because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Santos opened the scoring in the 16th minute. Venezuela’s Jeferson Soteldo took a crossed that touched the hand of Boca defender Lisandro López. Santos’ second goal came in the 49th minute when Soteldo entered the penalty area and scored with a shot to right of goalkeeper Esteban Andrada. Only two minutes later, Lucas Braga scored the third after a run from Santos’ Marinho. Any chance for Boca vanished after defender Frank Fabra got a straight red card after intentionally stepping on Marinho when the Santos player was on the ground. Veteran striker Carlos Tevez had no opportunities to score during the entire match. Both Santos and Palmeiras will play their fifth Copa Libertadores final, but the club where...
    Montiel’s goal, annulled by an offside in the previous play. Source: . The 3-0 he achieved Palmeiras on the Independiente court it was an immense advantage. But it is seen: this River de Gallardo is not an easy team to eliminate, not even under these circumstances. This Tuesday, in the rematch that is played in San Pablo, it was reflected again. And the pass to the final of the Copa Libertadores is disputed meter by meter. From the beginning the expected was observed: Palmeiras regulating and River attacking in search of reducing similar disadvantage. Even so, the first great action was in favor of the São Paulo team, who had a hand in hand with Rony that Armani destroyed with a saving slap. But at the moment when it seemed that River was slackening, the game changed: a corner well executed by Nacho Fernández was completed with a great header from Robert Rojas, who made it 1-0 in the 28th minute. Palmeiras fell into confusion. River noticed it and accelerated. And before the end of that stage, a double blow:...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil’s Palmeiras has advanced to the Copa Libertadores final despite losing 2-0 to Argentinian soccer power River Plate on Tuesday in the second leg of the semifinal. Palmeiras advanced on aggregate because of its 3-0 win away over the Argentinians in the opening leg last week. The Brazilians won the tournament in 1999. They will play their fifth decider of the South American tournament. Palmeiras’ opponent in the Jan. 30 final at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro will be local rivals Santos or Boca Juniors, who play Wednesday in the second leg after the first leg ended 0-0 in Buenos Aires. River’s goals at the Allianz Parque stadium were scored by Robert Rojas in the 29th minute and Rafael Santos Borré in the 44th, both from headers. Rojas was sent off for a second yellow in the 73rd minute, but the Argentinians kept pressuring Palmeiras until the end of the match. The tense clash in Sao Paulo was marked by several decisions by video review that upset the visiting side. The most decisive review...
    Experts: Charges could escalate in Capitol riot Sheldon Adelson, casino magnate and major Trump donor, dies aged 87 Santos vs. Boca Juniors: Copa Libertadores live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, news, odds, time Santos host Boca Juniors in the second Copa Libertadores semi-final with the tie poised at 0-0 after the opening leg last week in Buenos Aires. The Argentines are six-time winners and five-time runners-up while Santos has three titles themselves and were also once beaten finalists.  © Provided by CBS Sports Semana de #Libertadores.⁣ Semana de lutar #PeloTetraDaLiberta.⁣ ⁣ AQUI É SANTOS! ⚪⚫ pic.twitter.com/LiZUkGy3xO— Santos Futebol Clube (@SantosFC) January 11, 2021Both are in decent Libertadores form with only one defeat each all edition and Santos come into this one off the back of a 5-1 aggregate success against Gremio. ESPN+ Fantasy Tools: Play Like an Expert, Even If You Aren’t SIGN UP NOW Ad ESPN+ Here is how you can watch the match and what to know:Viewing informationDate: Wednesday, Jan. 13 | Time: 17:15 p.m. ET Location: Estadio Albano Caldeira -- Sao Paulo, Brazil TV:...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — Argentinian archrivals River Plate and Boca Juniors failed to beat their Brazilian opponents in the first leg of the Copa Libertadores semifinals and are now in danger of missing the Jan. 30 decider at the Maracanã stadium in Rio de Janeiro. Six-time champion Boca, which hasn’t won the South American title since 2007, had a 0-0 draw with Santos on Wednesday in a match with few opportunities for either team at the La Bombonera stadium. The second leg will be played in Brazil next week. “It is still open for us,” Boca striker Carlos Tevez said. “Santos had five players just to defend, but at home they will have to come at us.” Santos, which reached the semifinals with a team of little known youngsters, has won three Copa Libertadores in its history — two led by Pelé and another with Neymar in 2011. Four-time winner River Plate is even less likely to play the final after Tuesday’s 3-0 crushing by Palmeiras, which is seeking its second title in the tournament. The Brazilian club, coached...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — The Copa Libertadores final at Brazil’s historic Maracanã stadium in Rio de Janeiro will be played without fans due to the new coronavirus pandemic. The governing body of South American soccer, CONMEBOL, said Tuesday the decision also applies to the Copa Sudamericana final in Cordoba, Argentina. The Copa Libertadores final — the South American equivalent of Europe’s Champions League final — is scheduled for Jan. 30. Argentine giants River Plate and Boca Juniors will play Brazilian rivals Palmeiras and Santos, respectively, in the semifinals. CONMEBOL said the decision to play without fans was made together with Brazil’s soccer confederation. More than 2,000 professional soccer matches have been played in Brazil since the pandemic hit the country in March. Almost 200,000 people have died of COVID-19 in Brazil, a tally that is second only to the United States. “The current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, still in expansion in South America, does not allow the organization of an event of such magnitude and importance with the presence of the public, even in a reduced attendance,”...
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