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  South America Copa Libertadores Group Stage
Estadio Dr. Nicolás Leoz (Asunción)

Libertad 1-1 Sport Boys

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Libertad and Sport Boys drew 1-1 in a Copa Libertadores match at the Estadio Dr. Nicolás Leoz in Asunción.

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Goals
18 mins — Libertad vs Sport Boys 1-0 — Rivero own goal vs Sport Boys
71 mins — Libertad vs Sport Boys 1-1 — Vogliotti goal vs Libertad
Match Stats

Libertad Starting Lineup

12 - C. Servín
14 - L. Cardozo
30 - S. Vergara
4 - H. Espínola
24 - N. Giménez
18 - Derlis Orué
11 - M. Cañete
10 - J. Recalde
20 - A. Bareiro
8 - D. Santacruz
9 - O. Giménez

Sport Boys Starting XI

23 - M. Mercado
13 - R. Rivero
12 - J. Torrico
20 - G. Perozo
17 - J. Zampiery
5 - S. Galindo
6 - D. Bejarano
2 - J. Candía
10 - A. Messidoro
11 - E. Rojas
9 - J. Vogliotti

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