2011 Copa Sudamericana final stages

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The final stages of the 2011 Copa Bridgestone Sudamericana de Clubes consisted of four stages:

  • Round of 16 (first legs: September 28–29, October 5, 19; second legs: October 12, 19–20, 25–26)
  • Quarterfinals (first legs: November 1–3; second legs: November 9–10, 17)
  • Semifinals (first legs: November 23–24; second legs: November 29–30)
  • Finals (first leg: December 8; second leg: December 14)

Format[edit]

The defending champion, Independiente, and the fifteen winners of the second stage (three from Argentina, four from Brazil, eight from rest of South America) qualified for the final stages. The sixteen teams played a single-elimination tournament, and were seeded depending on which second stage tie they won (i.e., the winner of Match O1 would be assigned the 1 seed, etc.; Independiente were assigned the 5 seed).[1] In each stage, teams played in two-legged ties on a home-away basis, with the higher-seeded team playing the second leg at home. Each team earned 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, and 0 points for a loss. The following criteria were used for breaking ties on points, except for the final:[2]

  1. Goal difference
  2. Away goals
  3. Penalty shootout (no extra time is played)

For the final, the first tiebreaker was goal difference. If had tied on goal difference, the away goals rule would not have been applied, and 30 minutes of extra time would have been played. If still had tied after extra time, the title would have been decided by penalty shootout.

If two teams from the same association reach the semifinals, they would be forced to play each other.

Bracket[edit]

In each tie, the higher-seeded team played the second leg at home.

  Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                             
1  Argentina Vélez Sársfield 2 1  
16  Chile U. Católica 0 1  
  1  Argentina Vélez Sársfield 1 3  
  8  Colombia Santa Fe 1 2  
8  Colombia Santa Fe 1 4
9  Brazil Botafogo 1 1  
  1  Argentina Vélez Sársfield 0 0  
  12  Ecuador LDU Quito 2 1  
4  Paraguay Libertad 0 2  
13  Brazil São Paulo 1 0  
  4  Paraguay Libertad 0 1 (4)
  12  Ecuador LDU Quito (p) 1 0 (5)  
5  Argentina Independiente 0 1
12  Ecuador LDU Quito 2 0  
  12  Ecuador LDU Quito 0 0
  2  Chile U. de Chile 1 3
2  Chile U. de Chile 4 1  
15  Brazil Flamengo 0 0  
  2  Chile U. de Chile 2 3
  7  Argentina Arsenal 1 0  
7  Argentina Arsenal 0 3
10  Paraguay Olimpia 0 2  
  2  Chile U. de Chile 1 2
  3  Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 0  
3  Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 8  
14  Bolivia Aurora 3 3  
  3  Brazil Vasco da Gama 0 5
  6  Peru Universitario 2 2  
6  Peru Universitario (p) 1 1 (3)
11  Argentina Godoy Cruz 1 1 (2)  

Round of 16[edit]

Team 1 played the second leg at home.

Teams Scores Tie-breakers
Team 1 Points Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg GD AG Pen.
Vélez Sársfield Argentina 4:1 Chile Universidad Católica 2–0 1–1
Santa Fe Colombia 4:1 Brazil Botafogo 1–1 4–1
Independiente Argentina 3:3 Ecuador LDU Quito 0–2 1–0 −1:+1
Libertad Paraguay 3:3 Brazil São Paulo 0–1 2–0 +1:−1
Universidad de Chile Chile 6:0 Brazil Flamengo 4–0 1–0
Arsenal Argentina 4:1 Paraguay Olimpia 0–0 3–2
Universitario Peru 2:2 Argentina Godoy Cruz 1–1 1–1 0:0 1:1 3–2
Vasco da Gama Brazil 3:3 Bolivia Aurora 1–3 8–3 +3:−3

Round of 16 Match 1[edit]


Vélez Sársfield won on points 4–1.

Round of 16 Match 2[edit]


Santa Fe won on points 4–1.

Round of 16 Match 3[edit]


Tied on points 3–3, LDU Quito won on goal difference.

Round of 16 Match 4[edit]


Tied on points 3–3, Libertad won on goal difference.

Round of 16 Match 5[edit]


Universidad de Chile won on points 6–0.

Round of 16 Match 6[edit]


Arsenal won on points 4–1.

Round of 16 Match 7[edit]


Tied on points 2–2, Universitario won on penalties.

Round of 16 Match 8[edit]


October 26, 2011
19:10 UTC−02:00
Vasco da Gama Brazil 8–3 Bolivia Aurora
Bernardo Goal 8'76'
Alecsandro Goal 38'44'
Leandro Goal 48'
Juninho Pernambucano Goal 68' (pen.)
Douglas Goal 81'
Allan Goal 90+2'
Report Andaveris Goal 16'
Peña Goal 71' (pen.)
Segovia Goal 87'

Tied on points 3–3, Vasco da Gama won on goal difference.

Quarterfinals[edit]

Team 1 played the second leg at home.

Teams Scores Tie-breakers
Team 1 Points Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg GD AG Pen.
Vélez Sársfield Argentina 4:1 Colombia Santa Fe 1–1 3–2
Libertad Paraguay 3:3 Ecuador LDU Quito 0–1 1–0 0:0 0:0 4–5
Universidad de Chile Chile 6:0 Argentina Arsenal 2–1 3–0
Vasco da Gama Brazil 3:3 Peru Universitario 0–2 5–2 +1:−1

Quarterfinal Match 1[edit]


November 10, 2011
21:15 UTC−03:00
Vélez Sársfield Argentina 3–2 Colombia Santa Fe
Franco Goal 7'19'
Martínez Goal 90' (pen.)
Report Copete Goal 46'
Pérez Goal 67'

Vélez Sársfield won on points 4–1.

Quarterfinal Match 2[edit]


Tied on points 3–3, LDU Quito won on penalties.

Quarterfinal Match 3[edit]


Universidad de Chile won on points 6–0.

Quarterfinal Match 4[edit]

November 2, 2011
18:50 UTC−05:00
Universitario Peru 2–0 Brazil Vasco da Gama
Ruidíaz Goal 36' (pen.)
Fano Goal 58'
Report

Tied on points 3–3, Vasco da Gama won on goal difference.

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 played the second leg at home.

Teams Scores Tie-breakers
Team 1 Points Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg GD AG Pen.
Universidad de Chile Chile 4:1 Brazil Vasco da Gama 1–1 2–0
Vélez Sársfield Argentina 0:6 Ecuador LDU Quito 0–2 0–1

Semifinal Match 1[edit]


Universidad de Chile won on points 4–1.

Semifinal Match 2[edit]

November 24, 2011
19:15 UTC−05:00
LDU Quito Ecuador 2–0 Argentina Vélez Sársfield
Barcos Goal 48'83' Report

LDU Quito won on points 6–0.

Finals[edit]

The Finals were played over two legs, with the higher-seeded team playing the second leg at home. If the teams were tied on points and goal difference at the end of regulation in the second leg, the away goals rule would not be applied and 30 minutes of extra time would be played. If still tied after extra time, the title would be decided by penalty shootout.[2]


Universidad de Chile won on points 6–0.

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