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PRIMERA DIVISIÓN DE URUGUAY

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Peñarol 1 0 0 3
2 Boston River 1 0 0 3
3 Def Sporting 0 1 0 1
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Palmeiras call for CONMEBOL action after Copa Libertadores brawl

Palmeiras players face off with Penarol players after their Copa Libertadores match.

Palmeiras are hoping that CONMEBOL act swiftly and punish Uruguayan outfit Penarol following a brawl that marred their 3-2 come-from-behind triumph in Montevideo in the Copa Libertadores.

Brazil side Palmeiras trailed 2-0 at half-time but hit back for a 3-2 triumph on Wednesday that put them top of Group 5 with 10 points, while the hosts remained at the foot of the standings with just three points.

Instead of celebrating a victory after the final whistle, the Palmeiras players became engaged in...

 By Tim Vickery

Brazil clubs leading Copa Libertadores quest while Argentines try to keep up

Wilstermann players celebrate goal against Penarol
Wilstermann players celebrate after scoring a goal in the 6-2 win over Penarol.

After two weeks of the group phase of the Copa Libertadores, the competition now takes a three-week break. Here are some facts from the opening fortnight's action.

1. It's a dynamic process

The very first game in the history of the Libertadores, on April 19, 1960, was between Penarol and Jorge Wilstermann, champions respectively of Uruguay and Bolivia. Penarol won 7-1 -- an entirely logical result. Back then, Uruguayan football was still a gigantic force at both club and national team level, and...

Barcelona sign young defender Santiago Bueno from Penarol

Santiago Bueno, right, will join up with Barcelona B after the South American Youth Championship.

Barcelona have confirmed the signing of teenage defender Santiago Bueno from CA Penarol.

Bueno, 18, has signed a contract with Barca until 2019 and will join up with Barca B upon the conclusion of the ongoing South American Youth Championship in Ecuador, where he is representing Uruguay.

Reports in Catalonia claim Barca will pay an initial fee of €1 million. Penarol will also retain 20 percent of the centre-back's rights and could receive another €5m based on the number of first team...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Uruguayan football suspended after supporter's death

The Uruguayan Football Association postponed all matches in the country this weekend following the death of a Penarol fan.

Hernan Fioritto was shot on Sept. 28, reportedly by supporters of rival club Nacional, while celebrating Penarol's 125th anniversary in Santa Lucia.

He died on Friday, and the national federation suspended all games as a sign of mourning.

"The Executive Council of the AUF, after the lamentable fact of the death of a football fan aged just 21, has decided to suspend all activities...

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Diego Forlan confirms three-month deal with Mumbai City

Diego Forlan has said he will play for Mumbai City.

Diego Forlan has said that he will play for Mumbai City on a three-month deal.

The 37-year-old retired Uruguay international returned to his boyhood club Penarol for the 2015-16 season, helping them to the Apertura title in the Uruguay first division by scoring eight goals in 31 appearances before announcing he would not return.

The 2010 Golden Ball winner for best player at the 2010 World Cup and the two-time Pichichi trophy winner said he bought into the Indian Super League project. 

"They...