More enthralling action from South America as the Copa Libertadores heats up. ‘The Emperor’ Adriano returns, getting on the scoresheet, and showing he’s back in shape. There’s a nine-goal thriller in Chile, and Lanús’ Santiago Silva goes ballistic with the referee.
Rise of the Emperor
After returning from a two-year absence, Adriano finally scores his first goal for Atlético/PR.
Weight to go
And proving that he’s shed the excess weight that dogged the latter part of his career, the former Brazil hit-man showed he’s back in shape.
Bolivar’s Luis Escalada hits a tremendous strike against Ecuador’s Emelec.
‘Mengo’s Maracana Misery
Brazil giants Flamengo are beaten 2-3 by Mexico’s León at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.
Four-some. Daniel Angulo sends Independiente on way to victory
Unión Española (Chile) and Independiente del Valle (Ecuador) played out a nine-goal thriller in Santiago, including four from Daniel Angulo.
Oh Jô – Incredible Miss
Atletico/MG’s Jô misses an incredible chance to put against Zamora.
Marchesin keeps the faith
Lanús goalkeeper Agustín Marchesín makes a string of saves, including a penalty stop, to help Lanús to advance to Copa Libertadores 2014 Round-of-16.
Lanús’ Santiago Silva needs to be held by his teammates as he loses it with the referee.
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