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Copa Libertadores

 By Tim Vickery

Boca Juniors' questionable advantage over River Plate in the Libertadores

Boca Juniors coach Rodolfo Arruabarrena says his side must play smart not rough if they are to beat rivals River Plate in their Copa Libertadores round of 16 tie.

It's first blood to Boca Juniors, then, in the triple dose of Argentina's Superclasico. They struck late to beat Buenos Aires rivals River Plate 2-0 in Sunday's league meeting -- giving them not only three points, but also a big morale boost in the build up to the next pair duels between the eternal rivals.

This Thursday and next they meet home and away in the second round of the Copa Libertadores, South America's Champions League. Stakes are high; one team goes through to the quarterfinals, the...

 By Tom Marshall

Away leg win over Universitario de Sucre sets Tigres up well in the Copa

Tigres are looking increasingly dangerous in the Copa Libertadores.

Tigres march on in the Copa Libertadores, continuing to make easy work of what has been a complicated competition for Mexican teams in recent years.

On Tuesday, Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti's side came from behind to win 2-1 against Bolivian outfit Universitario de Sucre in the first leg of the Round of 16 series to put them firmly in the driving seat to make the quarterfinals

While the success may have been overshadowed in terms of column inches in Mexico by Club America's CONCACAF Champions League...

 By Tim Vickery

Breaking the Argentina-Brazil stranglehold on the Copa Libertadores

Argentina's San Lorenzo won the 2014 Copa Libertadores over Paraguay's Nacional.

There was a time when people could talk of a big three in the Copa Libertadores -- but Uruguay have slipped off the podium. Between them, the Montevideo giants Penarol and Nacional have 8 titles, but the last was in 1988 -- only once since then has a Uruguayan side reached the final. In a globalised world, it is very hard for Uruguayan clubs to compete when the population of the country is little more than 3 million.

Which leaves, then, a big two: Argentina and Brazil. The two leading footballing...