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1997 Libertadores Cup: Semifinal, Second Leg Results
July 31st, 1997 12AM

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July 30 in Lima Sporting Cristal (Peru) 4 Racing Club (Arg.) 1. Goals: Bonnet 5, 59, Rivera 43, Solano 74; Delgado 35. Sporting Cristal -- Balerio, Soto, Asteggiano, Marengo, Vasquez, Garay, Solano, Amoako, Rivera, Julinho (Serrano, 80), Bonnet. Racing Club -- Gonzalez, Navas, Galvan, Ubeda, McAllister, Michelini (Brusco, 70), Marini (Fuertes, 65), Capria, Serrizuela, Delgado, Vilallonga. Att.: 45,000. (Sporting Cristal wins 6-4 on aggregate.) July 30 in Santiago Colo Colo (Chile) 3 Cruzeiro (Brazil) 2. Goals: Basay 20, pen. 47, pen. 51; Marcelo 29, 63. Colo Colo -- Ramirez, Salas (Vergara, 84), Reyes, Munoz, Rojas, Alegria (Neira, 46), Espina, Emerson, Sierra, Zambrano (Villaseca, 63), Basay. Cruzeiro -- Dida, Vitor, Gottardo, Gelson, Nonato (Da Silva, 69), Fabinho, Ricardinho, Cleison, Donizete, Marcelo, Elivelton. Att.: 35,000. (Aggregate: 3-3; Cruzeiro wins 5-4 on aggregate.)


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