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Copa Libertadores

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 By Tom Marshall

Joffre Guerron, Tigres on track with Copa Libertadores draw vs. River Plate

The enduring image of the 2015 Copa Libertadores campaign for Tigres will be Joffre Guerron, bandaged head and all, celebrating after scoring his team's lone goal in their 1-1 draw versus River Plate.

The 2015 Copa Libertadores campaign for Liga MX side Tigres appears to already have what could be its defining image: Joffre Guerron running through to take the lead in the 40th minute in El Monumental against River Plate with his head bandaged up.

The Argentine giant came back on Thursday in the second half to tie the score 1-1 thanks to a Carlos Sanchez goal in the 73rd minute, but this was Tigres' night. As if it needs re-emphasizing, El Monumental is one of the most difficult stadiums to go...

Osvaldo scores in Boca Juniors debut; Morelo hat trick fuels Santa Fe

Southampton loanee Dani Osvaldo scored the winner in his Boca debut on Thursday night.

Argentinian giants Boca Juniors made it two wins from as many games in Group 5 of the Copa Libertadores after edging to a 2-1 victory over Montevideo Wanderers.

Boca began their group campaign with victory over Palestino and took the lead just after the half hour against their Uruguayan visitors when Juan Komar, who replaced Guillermo Burdisso in the 16th minute, headed home from Nicolas Lodeiro's free-kick.

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Diogo Riolfo levelled matters almost immediately afterwards but on-loan Southampton striker...

 By Tom Marshall

Inconsistent Atlas deliver an unexpected win over Atletico Mineiro

Atlas became the sixth Mexican team to win in Brazil in the Copa Libertadores after beating Atletico Mineiro 1-0.

Guadalajara's Atlas are doing things "A lo Atlas" (loosely "Atlas style") in the Copa Libertadores 2015 so far, winning when it should lose and losing when it should be winning.

The phrase used to be a bit of an insult from rival fans, mainly from Chivas, to describe the plethora of ways Atlas would find to mess up seemingly positive situations. Yet recently the club's new owners in Grupo Salinas (they purchased the club in late 2013) had the bright idea of reclaiming the phrase using the hashtag...

 By Tim Vickery

Gustavo Bou lights up early rounds of Copa Libertadores with plenty of goals

Gustavo Bou has made a potent and attention-grabbing start to this season's Copa Libertadores.

No one scored more than five goals in last year's Copa Libertadores, South America's Champions League. This year, after just two games, one player already has six.

Gustavo Bou of Argentina's Racing has started off the competition with back-to-back hat tricks, first away to Deportivo Tachira of Venezuela and then at home to Guarani of Paraguay. He could already have more, too; he rattled the post in Venezuela and mis-kicked his shot when clean through against the keeper on Tuesday night in Avellaneda,...