2009 Copa Sudamericana first stage

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The First Stage, or the Preliminary Phase, of the 2009 Copa Sudamericana de Clubes was the first round of the tournament. It was contested by 30 teams in 15 two-legged ties. The winners of each tie advanced to the Second Stage (also known as the Round of 16).

Matches[edit]

The first stage began on August 4, and ended on September 17. Team #1 played the first leg at home.

Team #1   Points   Team #2   1st leg     2nd leg  
Atlético Mineiro Brazil 2–2 (5–6 pk) Brazil Goiás 1–1 1–1
La Equidad Colombia 1–4 Chile Unión Española 2–2 0–1
Vitória Brazil 3–3 (5–3 pk) Brazil Coritiba 2–0 0–2
Universidad de Chile Chile 6–0 Colombia Deportivo Cali 2–1 1–0
Fluminense Brazil (a) 2–2 Brazil Flamengo 0–0 1–1
Liverpool Uruguay 1–4 Peru Cienciano 0–0 0–2
River Plate Argentina 0–6 Argentina Lanús 1–2 0–1
Zamora Venezuela 0–6 Ecuador Emelec 0–1 1–2
Atlético Paranaense Brazil 1–4 Brazil Botafogo 0–0 2–3
LDU Quito Ecuador 4–1 Paraguay Libertad 1–0 1–1
Tigre Argentina 3–3 (a) Argentina San Lorenzo 2–1 0–1
Alianza Atlético Peru 4–1 Venezuela Deportivo Anzoátegui 0–0 2–1
Blooming Bolivia 0–6 Uruguay River Plate 0–3 1–2
Boca Juniors Argentina 1–4 Argentina Vélez Sársfield 1–1 0–1
Cerro Porteño Paraguay 6–0 Bolivia La Paz 2–0 2–1

Qualifier O1[edit]


Goiás advances 6–5 on penalties.

Qualifier O2[edit]

August 5, 2009
17:15 (UTC-5)
La Equidad Colombia 2 – 2 Chile Unión Española
Carreño Goal 54'
Miranda Goal 80' (o.g.)
Report Canales Goal 3'90+3'

Unión Española advances 4–1 on points.

Qualifier O3[edit]

August 13, 2009
19:15 (UTC-3)
Vitória Brazil 2 – 0 Brazil Coritiba
Uelliton Goal 46'
Jackson Goal 72'
Report

Vitória and Coritiba tied on points (3 each), goal difference (0 each), and away goals (0 each). Vitória advances 5–3 on penalties.

Qualifier O4[edit]

August 4, 2009
20:15 (UTC-4)
Universidad de Chile Chile 2 – 1 Colombia Deportivo Cali
Olivera Goal 60'66' (pen.) Report Herrera Goal 47'
Estadio Nacional, Santiago
Attendance: 15,690
Referee: Diego Abal (Argentina)

Universidad de Chile advances 6–0 on points.

Qualifier O5[edit]

See also: Fla-Flu

August 26, 2009
21:50 (UTC-3)
Flamengo Brazil 1 – 1 Brazil Fluminense
Denis Goal 60' Report Roni Goal 46' (pen.)

Fluminense advances on away goals.

Qualifier O6[edit]

August 13, 2009
21:30 (UTC-3)
Liverpool Uruguay 0 – 0 Peru Cienciano
Report

August 20, 2009
21:00 (UTC-5)
Cienciano Peru 2 – 0 Uruguay Liverpool
Guevara Goal 31'
Santucho Goal 59' (o.g.)
Report

Cienciano advances 4–1 on points.

Qualifier O7[edit]

August 19, 2009
21:15 (UTC-3)
River Plate Argentina 1 – 2 Argentina Lanús
Fabbiani Goal 68' Report Salvio Goal 80'90'

Lanús advances 6–0 on points.

Qualifier O8[edit]

August 5, 2009
20:00 (UTC-4:30)
Zamora Venezuela 0 – 1 Ecuador Emelec
Report Mendoza Goal 90+3'

August 27, 2009
20:45 (UTC-5)
Emelec Ecuador 2 – 1 Venezuela Zamora
Mendoza Goal 70'
Peirone Goal 89'
Report Pérez Goal 26'

Emelec advances 6–0 on points.

Qualifier O9[edit]


Botafogo advances 4–1 on points.

Qualifier O10[edit]

August 11, 2009
16:00 (UTC-5)
LDU Quito Ecuador 1 – 0 Paraguay Libertad
Reasco Goal 45' Report
Estadio Casa Blanca, Quito
Attendance: 6,786
Referee: José Buitrago (Colombia)

LDU Quito advances 4–1 on points.

Qualifier O11[edit]

August 18, 2009
21:15 (UTC-3)
Tigre Argentina 2 – 1 Argentina San Lorenzo
Morel Goal 4'
Oviedo Goal 8'
Report Rivero Goal 31'

San Lorenzo advances on away goals.

Qualifier O12[edit]


Alianza Atlético advances 4–1 on points.

Qualifier O13[edit]

Bye for the defending champion Internacional.

Qualifier O14[edit]

August 11, 2009
20:15 (UTC-4)
Blooming Bolivia 0 – 3[1] Uruguay River Plate
Report Puppo Goal 61'

River Plate advances 6–0 on points.

Qualifier O15[edit]


Vélez Sarsfield advances 4–1 on points.

Qualifier O16[edit]

August 12, 2009
18:30 (UTC-3)
Cerro Porteño Paraguay 2 – 0 Bolivia La Paz
Nanni Goal 20'
Brítez Goal 56'
Report

August 20, 2009
16:00 (UTC-4)
La Paz Bolivia 1 – 2 Paraguay Cerro Porteño
Segovia Goal 46' Report Nanni Goal 6'
dos Santos Goal 34'

Cerro Porteño advances 6–0 on points.

Notes[edit]

1.^ The match was suspended in the 66th minute after a fan rushed the field and attacked a River Plate player. At the time, River Plate was ahead 1–0. CONMEBOL punished Blooming by changing the results to 3–0 and fining the club $10,000.[1][2]
2.^ The match report erroneously places Gabriel Paletta's own goal in the 33rd minute of the first half. In actuality, the own goal occurred in the second half of the game at around the 78th minute mark.[3][4] The mistake could be due to referee error since the 78th minute of the match is the 33rd minute of the second half.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=668778&sec=global&cc=3888
  2. ^ "Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol". Archived from the original on 2009-09-08. Retrieved 2009-08-26. 
  3. ^ "Copa Sudamericana: Boca y Vélez empataron con autogol xeneise". Archived from the original on 2009-09-07. Retrieved 2009-08-26. 
  4. ^ "Boca empezó con todo, pero Vélez le arrancó un empate". Archived from the original on 2009-09-07. Retrieved 2009-08-26. 

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