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  South America Copa Libertadores Group Stage
Estadio Nacional de Lima (Lima)

Sporting Cristal 1-0 Santos FC

South America • Copa Libertadores • 2 videos

Sporting Cristal and Santos FC drew 1-1 in a Copa Libertadores match at the Estadio Nacional de Lima in Lima.

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13 mins — Sporting Cristal vs Santos FC 1-0 — Cazulo goal vs Santos FC
67 mins — Sporting Cristal vs Santos FC 1-1 — Thiago Maia goal vs Sporting Cristal
Match Stats

Sporting Cristal Starting Lineup

12 - M. Viana
22 - J. Céspedes
13 - R. Revoredo
23 - J. Cazulo
15 - R. Garcés
27 - C. Lobatón
10 - J. Sánchez
5 - P. Aquino
8 - G. Costa
9 - D. Ifrán
17 - R. Sandoval

Santos FC Starting XI

12 - Vladimir
14 - David Braz
4 - Victor Ferraz
2 - Cleber Reis
3 - Zeca
8 - Renato
10 - Lucas Lima
29 - Thiago Maia
7 - Vitor Bueno
9 - Ricardo Oliveira
18 - J. Copete

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