Bolivian side Universitario caused an upset in the Copa Sudamericana as they eliminated Paraguayan giants Cerro Porteno to book a place in the last 16 for the first time.
A 2-2 draw in Asuncion was enough for the Bolivians to progress after a 1-0 home win in Sucre in the first leg last week.
Roberto Galindo, who netted the winner in the first leg, opened the scoring at the Estadio Defensores del Chaco in the 22nd minute despite looking to be in an offside position when he received the ball from Horacio Fernandez's header.
Julio Dos Santos equalised eight minutes after the interval as he netted from a rebound after the ball hit the bar. Damian Cirillo, on for Fernandez, restored Universitario's lead with a header after 67 minutes.
Jorge Nunez made it 2-2 with a penalty six minutes later but Cerro Porteno were unable to get the two goals they needed so Universitario now face Brazilian giants Palmeiras in the next round.
Galindo said: "We wanted to defend, but we also tried to attack and managed to score two goals. I'm scoring important goals, but I achieve this thanks to my team-mates. Now, we're playing Palmeiras. We should be strong at home, but we'll try to get as far as possible in the tournament."
Wilder Medina opened the scoring early in the third minute after a defensive mistake when Oriente keeper Jose Carlo Fernandez failed to catch the ball. The lead was doubled when Diego Chara passed to Jorge Perlaza who sealed the aggregate win for Hernan Torres' side.
Both sides ended the game with 10 men as Tolima's Bolivar and Oriente Petrolero forward Danilo Peinado were sent off in the 29th minute for fighting.
Oriente defender Francisco Arguello suffered a broken leg in a bad challenge from Jhon Kennedy Hurtado during the first half.