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LIGA ÁGUILA

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Atl Nacional 9 10 1 37
2 Depor Cali 10 4 6 34
3 Depor Tolima 8 9 3 33
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 By Tim Vickery

Atletico Nacional prepare for Club World Cup with draw in Bogota

Chapecoense have been awarded the 2016 Copa Sudamericana title after a mass appeal from clubs around South America.
Atletico Nacional supporters
Atletico Nacional supporters turned out in full force to send their team off for the Club World Cup.

On Wednesday night, Atletico Nacional were to have been in Brazil, disputing the second leg of the Copa Sudamericana final against Chapecoense.

Fate had other intensions. Chapecoense, of course, suffered that tragic air crash. The final never took place, and instead, Nacional found themselves in domestic action, playing the first leg of their Colombian league semifinal away to Santa Fe of Bogota.

The game ended 1-1 -- something of a triumph for Nacional because they took the field with a reserve...

 By Nick Ames

Club World Cup preview: Real Madrid and Club America head to Japan

The FC crew evaluate Gianni Infantino's proposal to expand the Club World Cup to 32 teams and hold the tournament in the summer.

The 2016 FIFA Club World Cup begins Thursday in Japan, with seven teams from around the globe vying for the title, which will be handed out Dec. 17. ESPN FC's Nick Ames profiles the competing clubs and what to watch for over the 10-day tournament.

Here's the match schedule, with Kashima Antlers facing Auckland City in the playoff round on Dec. 8.

Real Madrid

First game: vs. Jeonbuk Motors or Club America, Dec. 15

Who are they? Champions League holders, leaders of La Liga by six points and...

 By Tim Vickery

Chapecoense, Atletico Nacional forge friendship from depths of tragedy

Thousands of supporters paid their final respects to the Chapecoense players, coaches and staff.

It is of very little consolation, but the death of a team has led to the birth of a moving friendship between the two clubs, which disaster did not allow to meet. Atletico Nacional of Colombia were to have hosted Chapecoense of Brazil last Wednesday in the first leg of the final of the Copa Sudamericana, the continent's Europa League equivalent.

The Brazilians never made it, their plane having run out of fuel on its approach to the airport in Medellin. The crash claimed the lives of 71 of the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chapecoense officially awarded title of Copa Sudamericana after plane crash

Thousands gathered at stadiums in Brazil and Colombia to pay their respects to the victims of the Chapecoense tragedy.
Argentina's Racing will wear the Chapecoense crest on their shirts as a tribute to those who lost their lives.

CONMEBOL officially awarded Brazilian side Chapecoense with the 2016 Copa Sudamericana on Monday.

In a statement, the South American governing body said it awarded the title -- the continent's secondary international club tournament -- "as a posthumous homage to the victims of the fatal crash that leaves our sport in mourning."

Club officials had said on Saturday that the title and $2 million prize money would be bestowed upon the Brazilian side after a plane carrying the team crashed en route...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Pele mourns with Brazilians over Chapecoense plane tragedy

Chapecoense's Alejandro Martinuccio aims to carry the legacy of his teammates following the club's tragedy.
New Chapecoense President Ivan Tozzo says the club must get support to survive following the air disaster.

Brazil legend Pele has been left devastated by the Chapecoense air tragedy just like the rest of the world.

The three-time World Cup winner admits that "for us Brazilians, it is very difficult" at this time, as the South American nation comes to terms with the plane crash that happened on Monday.

It took the lives of 71 people, including players and officials from the Chapecoense club who were en route to the Copa Sudamericana final first leg against Atletico Nacional.

"It is a sad moment," Pele...