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Standings

Copa Libertadores 2014 Group 1
TotalHomeAway
RnkTeamMPWDLGFGAMPWDLGFGAMPWDLGFGA+/-Pts
1 Vélez Sársfield650193330050320143615
2 The Strongest631287330051301236110
3 Atlético-PR63037732015331022409
4 Universitario6015310301235300305-71
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TotalHomeAway
RnkTeamMPWDLGFGAMPWDLGFGAMPWDLGFGA+/-Pts
1 Racing Club22005111002011003146
2 Vélez Sársfield22003111002111001026
3 Godoy Cruz21105211003010102234
4 River Plate21103111002010101124
5 Newell's Old Boys21102110101111001014
6 Independiente21013111003010010123
7 Olimpo11002111002100000013
8 Arsenal21013311002110011203
8 Rosario Central21013311003110010203
10 Estudiantes (La Plata)21012211001010011203
10 Lanús21012211001010011203
12 Boca Juniors21011110010111001003
13 Defensa y justicia210145100113110032-13
14 Atlético Rafaela210124110021100103-23
15 Gimnasia (La Plata)20202210101110101102
16 Quilmes201135101022100113-21
17 Tigre200213100101100112-20
18 Atletico Belgrano200202100101100101-20
18 CA San Lorenzo100102000000100102-20
20 Banfield200226100123100103-40

Comments

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Vélez Sársfield
Quilmes
leonardel0
16/04/2014 at 01:07
leonardel0 (Colombia)
Really? Quilmes won? Seems like a joke.
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Photos

  • Argentinian Velez Sarsfield's footballer Fernando Tobio (R) vies for the ball with Paraguayan Nacional's Fredy Bareiro
  • Argentina's Velez Sarsfield player Lucas Patto (front) jumps for a header with Leonardo Caseres of Paraguay's Nacional
  • Argentinian Velez Sarsfield's footballer Jorge Correa (R) vies for the ball with Paraguayan Nacional's player Ramon Coronel
  • Paraguayans Nacional's footballers pose for photographers
  • Teofilo Gutierrez of River Plate leaves the field injured
  • Bolivia's The Strongest's forward Boris Alfaro (L) vies for the ball with Argentina's Velez Sarsfield's defender Sebastian Dominguez