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1993 Copa Libertadores Finals

1993 Copa Libertadores Finals

Event 1993 Copa Libertadores
First leg
Date 19 May 1993
Venue Estádio do Morumbi, Sao Paulo
Referee José Torres Cadena
Second leg
Date 26 May 1993
Venue Estadio Nacional de Chile, Santiago
Referee Juan Francisco Escobar

The 1993 Copa Libertadores Final was a two-legged football match-up to determine the 1993 Copa Libertadores champion.

The finals were a match up of Brazilian club São Paulo and Universidad Católica from Chile.

The 1993 final was São Paulo's third appearance in the final, and second consecutive final. Universidad Católica was playing in their first Libertadores final.

São Paulo won the title 5-3 on aggregate.

Final summary

First leg

Sao Paulo Brazil 5 – 1 Chile Universidad Católica
López Goal 30' (o.g.)
Vitor Goal 40'
Gilmar Goal 54'
Raí Goal 60'
Müller Goal 65'
Almada Goal 85' (pen.)
São Paulo
Universidad Católica
GK 1 Brazil Zetti
DF 2 Brazil Vitor Substituted off
DF Brazil Válber
DF 16 Brazil Gilmar
DF Brazil Ronaldo Luíz Substituted off
DF Brazil Cafu
MF Brazil Pintado
MF Brazil Dinho
MF 10 Brazil Raí
MF Brazil Palhinha
ST 7 Brazil Müller
Brazil Catê Substituted in
DF Brazil André Substituted in
Brazil Telê Santana
GK 12 Chile Oscar Wirth
DF Chile Jorge Contreras
DF Chile Daniel López Substituted off
DF Argentina Sergio Vázquez
DF Chile Andrés Romero
DF Chile Raimundo Tupper
MF Argentina Ricardo Lunari
MF Chile Nelson Parraguez
MF Chile Mario Lepe
FW 11 Argentina Juan Carlos Almada
FW Chile Luis Pérez
FW Chile Rodrigo Barrera Substituted in
MF Argentina Gerardo Reinoso Substituted in
Chile Ignacio Prieto

Assistant referees:
Fourth official:

Second leg

Universidad Católica Chile 2 – 0 Brazil Sao Paulo
Lunari Goal 9'
Almada Goal 15' (pen.)
Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos (Nacional de Chile), Santiago
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Escobar (Paraguay)
Universidad Católica
São Paulo

External links

  • CONMEBOL's official website

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