For all the negatives Brazilian football spewed out in 2014, Neymar remained the highlight. From disappointing Copa Libertadores campaigns to that catastrophic World Cup semi-final, 2014 has been a year to forget for Brazil, both domestically...Show More Summary
Real Madrid are champions of the world after beating Copa Libertadores holders San Lorenzo 2-0 in Saturday's FIFA Club World Cup final. Sergio Ramos, who also scored against Cruz Azul in the semi-final round, opened the scoring after...Show More Summary
2014 Club World Cup Final: Statistical Preview - originally posted on Soccerlens.com 2 days from now, the reigning European champions go one-on-one with the reigning Copa Libertadores champions, Real Madrid face San Lorenzo in the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup final. A final between 2 teams that won their confederation’s highest honor … Read More ? From Soccerlens.com - Football News
Copa Libertadores winners San Lorenzo will now play Real Madrid in the FIFA Club World Cup after beating a valiant Auckland City side 2-1 in Marrakech. Auckland had gone into the match as certain underdogs against a San Lorenzo teamShow More Summary
We may be on the final gameweek of the Brazilian season, but the clash between Figueirense and Internacional ended in crazy fashion. Internacional secured third place and Copa Libertadores football next season on the final day at Figueirense. Figueirense led the match from the 50th minute thanks to a goal from Pablo. Internacional turned it round with goals […]
When you think of the Copa Libertadores to someone that is Hispanic within the United States, they will tell you immediately that it is the most important club competition in the world, directly followed by the UEFA Champions League. To … Continue reading ? Copa Libertadores Should Be Noticed By The Non-Hispanic Community In The USA is a post from World Soccer Talk.
San Lorenzo won Copa Libertadores for the first time in their history last week, and on Wednesday they decided to give their most famous and holiest fan a chance to hold the trophy. #PopeFrancis with the Copa Libertadores.... "his" soccer...Show More Summary
ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE (AP) — Pope Francis has cheered the victory of his beloved San Lorenzo soccer club in the Copa Libertadores, saying he was overjoyed with the victory but that it didn't constitute a miracle.
his summer the Argentine men's national team fought their way to the World Cup championship match although they ultimately lost to a strong German side. Similarly, Argentine soccer club San Lorenzo battled their way to the final series of the Copa Libertadores. Show More Summary
The Copa Libertadores tournament may not have the global profile or international superstars of its European cousin, the Champions League, but in terms of pure excitement and tension, the South American tournament can match it all the way. Show More Summary
San Lorenzo beat Nacional Asuncion 1-0 in the second leg of the Copa Libertadores final. The only goal came from Nestor Ortigoza, who notched from the penalty spot. Having drawn the first leg 1-1, it meant San Lorenzo emerged victorious 2-1 on aggregate. It can’t hurt to have the Pope supporting your team then…
The last of Argentina's big five to become champions of South America has finally lifted the one trophy that has eluded them. For the first time in their history, San Lorenzo are Copa Libertadores champions. San Lorenzo's 1-1 draw away...Show More Summary
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — San Lorenzo of Argentina, Pope Francis' favorite team, defeated Paraguayan side Nacional 1-0 to win the Copa Libertadores title for the first time Wednesday.
The Copa Libertadores final is deadlocked heading into Wednesday's second leg. Argentine side San Lorenzo dominated the first leg of the Copa Libertadores final against Nacional in Asunción, Paraguay, though they conceded at the death to draw 1-1. Show More Summary
No matter what happens on Wednesday night in Buenos Aires, the Copa Libertadores will have a new winner. Poised at 1-1 after last week's first leg in Asuncion, either Argentina's San Lorenzo or Paraguay's Nacional will be crowned winners...Show More Summary
The final of the 2014 Copa Libertadores is on a knife’s edge following a 1-1 draw between Nacional and San Lorenzo in Asuncion, Paraguay. Despite dominating large swaths of play, it took until the 65th minute for Mauro Matos to openShow More Summary
The opening leg of the 2014 Copa Libertadores final between Paraguay's Nacional de Asuncion and Argentinian club San Lorenzo was held on Wednesday at Estadio Defensores del Chaco. After a hard-fought first half that ended in a scoreless gridlock, the hosting Tricolor looked like they would succumb to their superior opponents. Show More Summary
Any participants from Club Nacional of Asuncion (Paraguay) or San Lorenzo (Argentina) short on toilet paper on Wednesday night would have been in great luck. In the first leg of the Copa Libertadores Final, an incredible tifo was unveiled. As was toilet paper. A lot of it. [Timothy Burke] Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com
San Lorenzo entered the 2014 Copa Libertadores final as big favorites, and they'll head home still favored to lift the trophy, but their work was made a bit harder by Nacional in the dying minute of Wednesday's first leg. The Paraguayans,...Show More Summary
Copa Libertadores final is, uh, messy pic.twitter.com/2FNOmRXGUB — Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) August 7, 2014 That's the tifo from Nacional, the Paraguayan team participating in their first ever Copa Libertadores final. They're hosting...Show More Summary