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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Pumas keeps Liga MX hopes alive; Atletico Nacional power past Huracan

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Eduardo Herrera celebrates after opening the scoring against Deportivo Tachira in the Copa Libertadores.

Pumas kept Liga MX's Copa Libertadores hopes alive with a 2-0 win versus Venezuelan side Deportivo Tachira to secure a 2-1 aggregate success and passage to the quarterfinals.

Trailing 1-0 from the first leg, Pumas' Eduardo Herrera headed home in the 13th minute to bring the hosts level on aggregate. 

With the game seemingly headed to extra time and possibly penalties, Herrera found Ismael Sosa for the Mexican side's second goal to double the lead.

Minutes later, with Deportivo chasing a decisive...

 By Tim Vickery

Marlos Moreno shines as Atletico Nacional impress in Copa Libertadores

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Atletico Nacional forward Marlos Moreno being surrounded by five Huracan players.

Portuguese-speaking Brazil takes up about about half of South America. Of the rest, the Spanish speaking half, the two nations with the largest population are Argentina and Colombia -- who, in recent times, have developed a fascinating football rivalry.

There is something of a father and son feeling in the dispute. When Colombia launched its professional league in the late 1940's, Argentina was well established as one of the giants in the game. As chance would have it, Argentina's players decided...

 By Tim Vickery

Copa Libertadores qualifying rounds bring plenty of drama

Huracan's last-gasp win with 10 men at Caracas was just one notable result in the Copa Lib qualifying round.

The two-week qualifying round has certainly whetted the appetite for the group phase of the Copa Libertadores, which gets underway next Tuesday. The competition lacks much of the quality and polish of its European equivalent, the Champions League. Nevertheless, it remains compulsive viewing and the past fortnight has provided a few reminders.

The Drama

The Caracas pitch was a disgrace for the side from the Venezuelan capital's home game against Huracan of Argentina. The crowd was sparse in Asuncion's...

Huracan's Toranzo did not lose toes in bus crash - president

Huracan president Alejandro Nadur has denied reports that midfielder Patricio Toranzo had his toes amputated after the team bus crashed on Wednesday.

Huracan were in Venezuela for the second leg of their Copa Libertadores qualifier against Caracas FC and were travelling to the airport after the game when the brakes on the bus failed, causing it to flip over.

The club's physiotherapist, Sebastian Tartarones, said the bus had "lost its brakes" and slid down an emergency ramp on the Caracas-La Guaira...

 By Tim Vickery

Independiente Santa Fe pip Huracan on penalties in Sudamericana final

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Independiente Santa Fe players celebrate after winning Wednesday's Copa Sudamericana final.

Argentina's recent stranglehold on South American club competitions came to an end on Wednesday night. After two goalless draws, Huracan were beaten on penalties in the final of the Copa Sudamericana by Independiente Santa Fe of Colombia.

There were wild celebrations in Bogota's El Campin stadium; this is Santa Fe's first continental title -- as it would have been, too, for Huracan had they prevailed. For contrasting reasons, then, both sets of supporters will remember this final.

It is highly unlikely,...