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Deportivo Cuenca 3-3 Deportivo Quito

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2 mins — Deportivo Cuenca vs Deportivo Quito 1-0 — Bolanos goal vs Deportivo Quito
54 mins — Deportivo Cuenca vs Deportivo Quito 2-0 — Jerves goal vs Deportivo Quito
71 mins — Deportivo Cuenca vs Deportivo Quito 3-0 — Feraud goal vs Deportivo Quito
83 mins — Deportivo Cuenca vs Deportivo Quito 3-1 — Rojas goal vs Deportivo Cuenca
88 mins — Deportivo Cuenca vs Deportivo Quito 3-2 — Dominguez goal vs Deportivo Cuenca
90 mins — Deportivo Cuenca vs Deportivo Quito 3-3 — goal vs Deportivo Cuenca
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