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2006 Copa Libertadores Finals

2006 Copa Libertadores Finals
Event 2006 Copa Toyota Libertadores
First leg
Date 9 August 2006
Venue Estádio do Morumbi, São Paulo
Man of the Match Rafael Sóbis
Referee Jorge Larrionda
Attendance 71,456
Second leg
Date 16 August 2006
Venue Estádio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre
Man of the Match Fernandão
Referee Horacio Elizondo
Attendance 55,000

The 2006 Copa Libertadores Final was a two-legged football match-up to determine the 2006 Copa Libertadores champion.

Qualified teams

Team Previous finals appearances (bold indicates winners)
São Paulo 1974, 1992, 1993, 1994, 2005
Internacional 1980

Route to the finals

Internacional São Paulo
Nacional
A
2–1
Jorge Wagner 45'
Wason Rentería 64'
Round of 16
First leg
Palmeiras
A
1–1
Aloísio 23'
Nacional
H
0–0
Second leg Palmeiras
H
2–1
Aloísio 13'
Rogério Ceni (pen.) 86'
LDU Quito
A
1–2
Jorge Wagner 25' Quarterfinals
First leg
Estudiantes
A
0–1
LDU Quito
H
2–0
Rafael Sóbis 52'
Wason Rentería 87'
Second leg Estudiantes
H
1–0
(p. 4–3)
Edcarlos 44'
Libertad
A
0–0
Semifinals
First leg
Guadalajara
A
1–0
Rogério Ceni (pen.) 84'
Libertad
H
2–0
Alex 62'
Fernandão 68'
Second leg Guadalajara
H
3–0
Leandro 32'
Mineiro 39'
Ricardo Oliveira 47'

Final summary

First leg

2006-08-09
21:45 (UTC-3)
São Paulo 1 – 2 Internacional
 75' (Report)  53'61'
São Paulo
Internacional
SÃO PAULO:
GK 1 Rogério Ceni (c)
DF 21 Souza  55'
DF 3 Fabão  82'
DF 4 Edcarlos  76'
DF 5 Diego Lugano
DF 6 Júnior
MF 7 Mineiro
MF 8 Josué  9'
MF 10 Danilo  63'
FW 9 Leandro  86'
FW 12 Ricardo Oliveira
Substitutes:
GK 22 Bosco
FW 14 Aloísio  76'
MF 16 Ilsinho
DF 18 Alex Silva
FW 19 Thiago Ribeiro
MF 20 Richarlyson  83'
MF 23 Lenílson  63'
Manager:
Muricy Ramalho
INTERNACIONAL:
GK 1 Clemer
DF 14 Ceará  56'
DF 3 Bolívar
DF 4 Fabiano Eller
DF 15 Edinho
MF 5 Fabinho  38'
MF 7 Tinga
MF 23 Jorge Wagner
MF 24 Alex  74'
FW 9 Fernandão (c)
FW 11 Rafael Sóbis  78'
Substitutes:
GK 12 Marcelo
DF 13 Índio  74'
DF 8 Perdigão
FW 10 Iarley
FW 18 Michel  78'
FW 19 Wason Rentería
MF 21 Wellington Monteiro  56'
Manager:
Abel Braga

Man of the Match:
Rafael Sóbis

Assistant referees:
Pablo Fandiño
Walter Rial
Fourth official:
Martín Vázquez

Second leg

2006-08-16
22:00 (UTC-3)
Internacional 2 – 2 São Paulo
 29'
 66'
(Report)  50'
 85'
Internacional
São Paulo
INTERNACIONAL:
GK 1 Clemer
DF 14 Ceará
DF 3 Bolívar  49'
DF 4 Fabiano Eller
DF 13 Índio
DF 15 Edinho  93'
MF 7 Tinga  66'
MF 23 Jorge Wagner  5'
MF 24 Alex  55'  78'
FW 9 Fernandão (c)  3'
FW 11 Rafael Sóbis  82'
Substitutes:
GK 22 Renan
DF 8 Perdigão
FW 10 Iarley
DF 16 Ediglê  82'
FW 18 Michel  78'
FW 19 Wason Rentería
MF 25 Adriano
Manager:
Abel Braga
SÃO PAULO:
GK 1 Rogério Ceni (c)
DF 21 Souza  55'
DF 3 Fabão  82'
DF 4 Edcarlos  70'
DF 5 Diego Lugano
DF 6 Júnior
MF 7 Mineiro
MF 20 Richarlyson  58'
MF 10 Danilo  58'
FW 9 Leandro
FW 14 Aloísio  11'
Substitutes:
GK 22 Bosco
FW 11 Alex Dias  70'
MF 13 Ramalho
MF 16 Ilsinho
DF 18 Alex Silva
FW 19 Thiago Ribeiro  58'
MF 23 Lenílson  58'
Manager:
Muricy Ramalho

Man of the Match:
Fernandão

Assistant referees:
Rodolfo Otero
Darío García
Fourth official:
Sergio Pezzotta

External links

  • CONMEBOL's official website
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