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Gignac's gruesome foot

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Andre-Pierre Gignac's foot looks gruesome after River Plate match

To call the first leg of the Copa Libertadores final between Liga MX side Tigres and River Plate of Argentina a physical affair is a bit of an understatement. River Plate secured a 0-0 draw in Monterrey on Wednesday thanks in part to some staunch defending... And by staunch defending we mean tackling -- lots of tackling.

In total the Argentines were whistled for 25 fouls, and bearing the brunt of the worst of it was the right foot of Tigres striker Andre-Pierre Gignac.

Let's just say that the...

 By Tom Marshall

Tigres miss golden opportunity in the first leg of the Copa Libertadores final

Jurgen Damm played excellently for Tigres, but couldn't produce that one killer ball needed to break the deadlock.

Tigres' dream of becoming the first Liga MX side to lift the Copa Libertadores is still on, but it could be so much closer following Wednesday's 0-0 tie against River Plate in the first leg of the final in Estadio Universitario.

Here are three takes from the match:

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1. Poor finishing hands advantage to River

Tigres winger Jurgen Damm spawned a glorious opportunity in the 84th minute when he hesitated after being put through on goal by Jesus Duenas, while Juninho also had a good chance in the 90th...

 By Tim Vickery

Tigres-River Plate Copa Libertadores tie remains tense after first leg draw

Tigres' Guido Pizarro fights for the ball with Ramiro Funes Mori of River Plate.

The fuse has been lit, but this one is a slow burner. The fireworks in the final of the Copa Libertadores will have to wait for next week's return match in Buenos Aires, after the first leg ended goalless between Tigres of Mexico and Argentina's River Plate.

The last time River won the title was 19 years ago, with a promising youngster called Marcelo Gallardo on the bench. He is now the club's manager, and although he was sent off in the second half for dissent, Gallardo can look back on the night's...

 By PA Sport

Tigres, River Plate finish goalless in first leg of Copa Libertadores final

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There was no breakthrough in the first leg of the Copa Libertadores final on  Thursday.

The first leg of the Copa Libertadores final saw Mexican side Tigres and Argentinian giants River Plate share a goalless draw in Monterrey.

Everything will be decided at the Estadio Monumental in Buenos Aires next Wednesday.

Both teams probed each other tentatively throughout and the result of that approach was a game featuring few opportunities at the Estadio Universitario.

In the 18th minute, however, only the crossbar stood between Tigres and an opening goal after an Egidio Arevalo-Rios cross...