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 By Tim Vickery

Copa Sudamericana's opening round highlighted by Santiago vs. Libertad

Matias Mier will be hoping to fire the Santiago Wanderers past Libertad in the Copa Sudamericana.

Europe plays its two continental competitions simultaneously; the Champions League and the Europa League are both well into the qualifying rounds, and will come to a climax at the end of the season in a little over nine months' time.

South America does it differently. The first half of the year is set aside for the main event, the Copa Libertadores, with the second string competition, the Copa Sudamericana, kicking off this week and ending in early December.

Arguments can be made in favour of both...

Nacional make Copa Libertadores final

Nacional FC players celebrate 2-1 win on aggregate against Defensor Sporting.

Paraguay's Nacional FC booked their place in the Copa Libertadores final despite losing the second leg of their semi-final against Defensor Sporting 1-0 in Montevideo.

A 55th-minute strike by Adrian Luna saw Uruguayan side Sporting win the match, but Nacional's 2-0 first leg victory in Asuncion was enough to see them through to their first ever Copa Libertadores final appearance.

Nacional goalkeeper Ignacio Don told Fox Sports: "This in unique, unbelievable. I hope Paraguayan people can be altogether...

 By Sam Kelly

Copa Libertadores returns with a bang

Brian Montenegro opened the scoring for Nacional against Defensor Sporting.

It hasn't taken long for South America to get back into the swing of footballing things after the World Cup. The leagues in Brazil, Colombia and Chile have already started up again, and on Tuesday it was time to settle down and enjoy something fans across the continent (especially the south of the continent) had been waiting a couple of months for; the Copa Libertadores semifinals are finally upon us.

It's felt like a wide-open Copa all year, and that's reflected in the spread of semifinalists;...