Boca to the semis

On Wednesday night, Carlos Tevez became the first Argentine ever to win both the Copa Libertadores and the European Cup as - in spite of his missing two good chances before half time - his Manchester United side overcame Chelsea on penalties to claim their third continental trophy. His former club Boca Juniors, meanwhile, remain... Continue Reading →

Copa Libertadores 2008: quarter-final second leg kick offs

The second legs of the 2008 Copa Libertadores will be played on Wednesday and Thursday nights this week, and both Argentine sides' hopes are resting on away wins (or at least, high-scoring draws). Atlas of Mexico take a 2-2 fiorst leg draw with Boca back to Guadalajara for tonight's encounter, whilst LDU Quito, who drew... Continue Reading →

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