2009 Recopa Sudamericana

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2009 Recopa Sudamericana
First leg
Date June 25, 2009
Venue Estádio José Pinheiro Borba (Beira-Rio), Porto Alegre
Referee Juan Soto (Venezuela)
Attendance 30,284
Second leg
Date July 9, 2009
Venue Estadio Casa Blanca, Quito
Referee Carlos Chandía (Chile)
2008
2010

The 2009 Recopa Sudamericana was the 17th Recopa Sudamericana, an annual football match between the winners of the previous season's Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana competitions.

The match was contested by Ecuadorian club LDU Quito, the 2008 Copa Libertadores champion, and Brazilian club Internacional, the 2008 Copa Sudamericana champion. LDU Quito won both games of the Recopa 1–0 and 3–0, respectively. This is their first Recopa Sudamericana title and their second international title.

Qualified teams[edit]

Team Previous finals appearances (bold indicates winners)
Brazil Internacional 2007
Ecuador LDU Quito None

Matches[edit]

First leg[edit]

June 25, 2009
21:50 (UTC-3)
Internacional Brazil 0–1 Ecuador LDU Quito
Report Bieler Goal 57'
Internacional
LDU Quito
INTERNACIONAL:
GK 1 Brazil Lauro
DF 2 Brazil Bolívar Red card 72'
DF 3 Brazil Índio Booked 44'
DF 14 Brazil Danny
SB 16 Brazil Marcelo Cordeiro
MF 8 Brazil Sandro Substituted off 84'
MF 5 Argentina Pablo Guiñazú (c) Booked 49'
MF 17 Brazil Andrezinho Booked 37' Substituted off 57'
FW 10 Argentina Andrés D'Alessandro
FW 7 Brazil Taison
FW 19 Brazil Alecsandro Substituted off 65'
Substitutes:
GK 12 Brazil Michel Alves
DF 4 Brazil Álvaro
DF 13 Brazil Danilo Substituted in 84'
MF 18 Brazil Giuliano Substituted in 57'
MF 20 Brazil Glaydson
FW 21 Brazil Leandrão Substituted in 69'
MF 24 Ecuador Luis Bolaños
Manager:
Brazil Tite
LDU QUITO:
GK 22 Ecuador Alexander Domínguez
DF 23 Ecuador Jairo Campos Booked 44'
DF 2 Argentina Norberto Araujo
DF 3 Ecuador Renán Calle Booked 50' Substituted off 78'
MF 13 Ecuador Néicer Reasco Booked 75'
DF 5 Ecuador Ulises de la Cruz Booked 38'
MF 8 Ecuador Patricio Urrutia (c)
MF 20 Paraguay Enrique Vera
FW 10 Ecuador Christian Lara Substituted off 70'
DF 4 Ecuador Paúl Ambrosi Booked 65'
FW 16 Argentina Claudio Bieler Substituted off 84'
Substitutes:
GK 1 Ecuador José Francisco Cevallos
MF 6 Ecuador Pedro Larrea Substituted in 84'
MF 7 Ecuador Miller Bolaños
FW 9 Ecuador Walter Calderón
MF 15 Ecuador William Araujo
FW 19 Argentina Claudio Graf Substituted in 70'
MF 24 Ecuador Carlos Espínola Substituted in 78'
Manager:
Uruguay Jorge Fossati

Assistant referees:
Venezuela Rafael Yanez
Venezuela Mayker Gómez
Fourth official:
Venezuela Gerardo Quintero

Second leg[edit]

July 9, 2009
19:50 (UTC-5)
LDU Quito Ecuador 3–0 Brazil Internacional
Espínola Goal 10'
Bieler Goal 40'
E. Vera Goal 57'
Report
LDU Quito
Internacional
LDU QUITO:
GK 22 Ecuador Alexander Domínguez Substituted off 63'
MF 13 Ecuador Néicer Reasco
DF 23 Ecuador Jairo Campos
DF 24 Ecuador Carlos Espínola Booked 1'
DF 2 Argentina Norberto Araujo Booked 77'
MF 4 Ecuador Paul Ambrosi
MF 8 Ecuador Patricio Urrutia (c)
MF 20 Paraguay Enrique Vera Substituted off 81'
MF 5 Ecuador Ulises de la Cruz
MF 10 Ecuador Christian Lara Substituted off 77'
FW 16 Argentina Claudio Bieler
Substitutes:
GK 1 Ecuador José Francisco Cevallos Substituted in 63'
DF 3 Ecuador Renán Calle
DF 6 Ecuador Pedro Larrea
MF 7 Ecuador Miller Bolaños
FW 9 Ecuador Walter Calderón
MF 15 Ecuador William Araujo Substituted in 81'
FW 19 Argentina Claudio Graf Substituted in 77'
Manager:
Uruguay Jorge Fossati
INTERNACIONAL:
GK 1 Brazil Lauro
DF 13 Brazil Danilo
DF 3 Brazil Índio
DF 14 Brazil Danny Booked 80'
DF 6 Brazil Kléber
MF 20 Brazil Glaydson Substituted off 46'
MF 11 Brazil Magrão
MF 5 Argentina Pablo Guiñazú (c)
MF 10 Argentina Andrés D'Alessandro Substituted off 72'
FW 7 Brazil Taison Substituted off 52'
FW 9 Brazil Nilmar
Substitutes:
GK 12 Brazil Michel Alves
DF 4 Brazil Álvaro
DF 15 Uruguay Gonzalo Sorondo
DF 16 Brazil Marcelo Cordeiro
MF 17 Brazil Andrezinho Substituted in 46'
FW 19 Brazil Alecsandro Substituted in 52'
FW 24 Ecuador Luis Bolaños Substituted in 72'
Manager:
Brazil Tite

Assistant referees:
Chile Cristian Julio
Chile Lorenzo Acuña
Fourth official:
Chile Jorge Osorio

Recopa Sudamericana
2009 Champion
Ecuador
LDU Quito
First Title

External links[edit]