2010 Copa Libertadores First Stage

The First Stage of the 2010 Copa Santander Libertadores de América was run from January 26 to February 10.


Teams Scores Tie-breakers
2nd leg home team Points 1st leg home team 1st leg 2nd leg GD AG Pen.
Libertad Paraguay 3:2 Venezuela Deportivo Táchira 0–1 3–1 +1:−1
Estudiantes Tecos Mexico 1:4 Peru Juan Aurich 0–2 1–2
Universidad Católica Chile 5:5 Argentina Colón 2–3 3–2 0:0 2:2 5–3
Cruzeiro Brazil 8:1 Bolivia Real Potosí 1–1 7–0
Emelec Ecuador 2:1 Argentina Newell's Old Boys 0–0 2–1
Racing Uruguay 4:2 Colombia Junior 2–2 2–0

Match G1

January 26, 2010
21:00 UTC−04:30
Deportivo Táchira Venezuela 1–0 Paraguay Libertad
Maita Goal 27' Report
Estadio Pueblo Nuevo, San Cristóbal
Attendance: 16,382
Referee: José Buitrago (Colombia)

February 2, 2010
20:10 UTC−03:00
Libertad Paraguay 3–1 Venezuela Deportivo Táchira
Rodolfo Gamarra Goal 40'
Velázquez Goal 67'81'
Report Boada Goal 29'

Deportivo Táchira and Libertad tied 3–3 on points. Libertad advanced on goal difference.

Match G2

January 27, 2010
21:20 UTC−05:00
Juan Aurich Peru 2–0 Mexico Estudiantes Tecos
Tejada Goal 11'60' Report
Estadio Elías Aguirre, Chiclayo
Attendance: 10,312
Referee: Pablo Pozo (Chile)

February 3, 2010
20:20 (UTC-6)
Estudiantes Tecos Mexico 1–2 Peru Juan Aurich
Bareiro Goal 77' Report Tejada Goal 41'
Ciciliano Goal 75'
Estadio Tres de Marzo, Zapopan
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Juan Soto (Venezuela)

Juan Aurich advanced on points 6–0.

Match G3

January 26, 2010
20:10 UTC−03:00
Colón Argentina 3–2 Chile Universidad Católica
Nieto Goal 5'
Fuertes Goal 66'
Bertoglio Goal 69'
Report Morales Goal 35'81'

February 9, 2010
19:20 UTC−03:00
Universidad Católica Chile 3–2 Argentina Colón
Henríquez Goal 40'
Toloza Goal 74'
Morales Goal 83'
Report Moreno y Fabianesi Goal 53'
Fuertes Goal 55' (pen.)
Toloza Penalty scored
Mirosevic Penalty scored
Vranjicán Penalty scored
Díaz Penalty scored
Mannara Penalty scored
5–3 Penalty scored Coudet
Penalty missed Moreno y Fabianesi
Penalty scored Pellerano
Penalty scored Rivarola
Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo, Santiago
Attendance: 12,272
Referee: Carlos Torres (Paraguay)

Colón and Universidad Católica tied 3–3 on points, 0–0 on goal difference, and 2–2 on away goals. Universidad Católica advanced on penalties 5–3.

Match G4

January 27, 2010
19:50 UTC−04:00
Real Potosí Bolivia 1–1 Brazil Cruzeiro
Correa Goal 88' Report Wellington Paulista Goal 7'
Estadio Víctor Agustín Ugarte, Potosí
Attendance: 7,064
Referee: Víctor Hugo Rivera (Peru)

February 3, 2010
21:50 UTC−02:00
Cruzeiro Brazil 7–0 Bolivia Real Potosí
Wellington Paulista Goal 29'
Thiago Ribeiro Goal 30'
Kléber Goal 39'
Jonathan Goal 45'
Eliandro Goal 87'
Bernardo Goal 88'
Guerrón Goal 90+1'
Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto, Belo Horizonte
Attendance: 36,574
Referee: Diego Abal (Argentina)

Cruzeiro advanced on points 4–1.

Match G5

January 27, 2010
18:30 UTC−03:00
Newell's Old Boys Argentina 0–0 Ecuador Emelec
Estadio Marcela Bielsa, Rosario
Attendance: 15,292
Referee: Roberto Silvera (Uruguay)

February 10, 2010
21:10 UTC−05:00
Emelec Ecuador 2–1 Argentina Newell's Old Boys
Rojas Goal 46'
Quiñónez Goal 65'
Report Barrientos Goal 52'

Emelec advanced 4–1 on points.

Match G6

January 28, 2010
18:10 UTC−05:00
Junior Colombia 2–2 Uruguay Racing
Acuña Goal 12'
Arzuaga Goal 90+1'
Report Mirabajes Goal 28'
Pallas Goal 67'
Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez, Barranquilla
Attendance: 18,026
Referee: Carlos Vera (Ecuador)

February 4, 2010
21:10 UTC−02:00
Racing Uruguay 2–0 Colombia Junior
Quiñones Goal 14' (pen.)88' Report
Estadio Gran Parque Central, Montevideo
Attendance: 4,768
Referee: Paulo César de Oliveira (Brazil)

Racing advanced on points 4−1.

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