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  South America Copa Libertadores Group Stage
Estadio Hernando Siles (La Paz)

The Strongest 1-1 Santos FC

South America • Copa Libertadores • 1 video

The Strongest and Santos FC drew 1-1 in a Copa Libertadores match at the Estadio Hernando Siles in La Paz.

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40 mins — The Strongest vs Santos FC 1-0 — Chumacero goal vs Santos FC
68 mins — The Strongest vs Santos FC 1-1 — Vitor Bueno goal vs The Strongest
Match Stats

The Strongest Starting Lineup

19 - D. Vaca
15 - L. Maldonado
5 - F. Martelli
24 - J. Pérez
3 - A. Chumacero
10 - P. Escobar
16 - W. Veizaga
8 - D. Bejarano
14 - D. Wayar
18 - R. Castro
23 - M. Alonso

Santos FC Starting XI

1 - Vanderlei
4 - Victor Ferraz
2 - Cleber Reis
28 - Lucas Verissimo
8 - Renato
16 - V. Hernández
30 - Leandro Donizete
10 - Lucas Lima
7 - Vitor Bueno
27 - Bruno Henrique
18 - J. Copete

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