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Libertadores Cup Schedule
April 24th, 2008 10:46AM

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The 2008 Libertadores Cup, the South American club championship, moves into the second round next Wednesday with the first leg of the second round. Brazil and Argentina lead all countries with five teams each in the 16-team second round. Club America and Atlas of Mexico also advanced. Guadalajara was the only Mexican to fail to reach the final 16. For the second-round schedule and first-round standings ...

SECOND-ROUND SCHEDULE:
Fluminense (Brazil)-Atletico Nacional (Col.)
Sao Paulo (Brazil)-Nacional (Uru.)
Atlas (Mex.)-Lanus (Arg.)
Cruzeiro (Brazil)-Boca Juniors (Arg.)
Flamengo (Brazil)-Club America (Mex.)
Cucuta (Col.)-Santos (Brazil)
River Plate (Arg.)- San Lorenzo (Arg.)
Estudiantes (Arg.)-LDU Quito (Ecua.)

FIRST-ROUND RESULTS:
Group 1
1 Cruzeiro 11
2 San Lorenzo 10
3 Caracas FC 7
4 Real Potosi 6

Group 2
1 Estudiantes 11
2 Lanus 10
3 Cuenca 6
4 Danubio 4

Group 3
1 Atlas 11
2 Boca Juniors 10
3 Colo Colo 10
4 Maracaibo 2

Group 4
1 Flamengo 13
2 Nacional 12
3 Cienciano 7
4 Bolognesi 2

Group 5
1 River Plate 12
2 Club America 9
3 Univ. Catolica 9
4 San Martin 6

Group 6
1 Cucuta 11
2 Santos 10
3 Guadalajara 9
4 San Jose 4

Group 7
1 Sao Paulo 11
2 Atletico Nacional 8
3 Sportivo Luqueno 7
4 Audax Italiano 7

Group 8
1 Fluminense 13
2 LDU Quito 10
3 Arsenal 9
4 Libertad 3



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