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2013 Copa Sudamericana Finals

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The 2013 Copa Sudamericana Finals were the final two-legged tie that decided the winner of the 2013 Copa Sudamericana, the 12th edition of the Copa Sudamericana, South America's secondary international club football tournament organized by CONMEBOL.
The finals were contested in two-legged home-and-away format between Brazilian team Ponte Preta and Argentine team Lanús. The first leg was hosted by Ponte Preta at Estádio do Pacaembu in São Paulo on 4 December 2013, while the second leg was hosted by Lanús at Estadio Ciudad de Lanús in Lanús on 11 December. The winner qualified for the 2014 Copa Libertadores, and earned the right to play against the 2013 Copa Libertadores winners in the 2014 Recopa Sudamericana, and against the 2013 J. League Cup winners in the 2014 Suruga Bank Championship.
After the first leg ended in a 1–1 draw, Lanús won the second leg 2–0, to claim their first Copa Sudamericana title.

Qualified teams

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!colspan=3 Ponte Preta
!Round
!colspan=3 Lanús
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width=25%Opponent
width=10%Venue
width=10%Score
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width=25%Opponent
width=10%Venue
width=10%Score
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colspan=3Bye
bgcolor=#c1e0ffFirst stage
colspan=3Bye
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rowspan=2 align=left Criciúma
(won 2–1 on aggregate)
Away1–2
rowspan=2 bgcolor=#c1e0ffSecond stage
rowspan=2 align=left Racing
(won 4–1 on aggregate)
Away1–2
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Home0–0
Home2–0
-
colspan=3Seed 14
bgcolor=#c1e0ffFinal stages
colspan=3Seed 10
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rowspan=2 align=left Deportivo Pasto
(won 2–1 on aggregate)
Home2–0
rowspan=2 bgcolor=#c1e0ffRound of 16
rowspan=2 align=left Universidad de Chile
(won 4–1 on aggregate)
Home4–0
-
Away1–0
Away1–0
-
rowspan=2 align=left Vélez Sarsfield
(won 2–0 on aggregate)
Home0–0
rowspan=2 bgcolor=#c1e0ffQuarterfinals
rowspan=2 align=left River Plate
(won 3–1 on aggregate)
Home0–0
-
Away0–2
Away1–3
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rowspan=2 align=left São Paulo
(won 4–2 on aggregate)
Away1–3
rowspan=2 bgcolor=#c1e0ffSemifinals
rowspan=2 align=left Libertad
(won 4–2 on aggregate)
Away1–2
-
Home1–1
Home2–1

Format

The finals were played on a home-and-away two-legged basis, with the higher-seeded team hosting the second leg. If tied on aggregate, the away goals rule was not used, and 30 minutes of extra time was played. If still tied after extra time, the penalty shoot-out was used to determine the winner.

Match details

First leg

{{Football box
date=4 December 2013
time=21:50 UTC−2
team1=Ponte Preta
score=1–1
report=Report
team2= Lanús
goals1=Fellipe Bastos
goals2=Goltz
stadium=Estádio do Pacaembu, São Paulo
attendance=28,959
referee=Roberto Silvera (Uruguay)
{ width=92%
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{ width="100%"
valign="top" width="50%"
{ style="font-size: 90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" align=center
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!width=25 !!width=25
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GK 1 Roberto (c)
-
DF 2 Artur
-
DF 3 César
-
DF 4 Diego Sacoman
-
DF 6 Uendel
-
MF 5 Baraka
-
MF 8 Fernando Bob
-
MF 15 Fellipe Bastos
-
MF 10 Elias
-
FW 7 Rildo
-
FW 29 Leonardo
-
colspan=3Substitutes:
-
GK 24 Édson Bastos
-
DF 13 Régis
-
DF 16 Ferron
-
MF 20 Magal
-
MF 11 Chiquinho
-
FW 27 Adaílton
-
FW 9 William
-
colspan=3Manager:
-
colspan=4 Jorginho
{ style="font-size: 90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" align=center
-
!width=25 !!width=25
-
GK 1 Agustín Marchesín
-
DF 4 Carlos Araujo
-
DF 2 Paolo Goltz (c)
-
DF 24 Carlos Izquierdoz
-
DF 6 Maximiliano Velázquez
-
MF 5 Diego González
-
MF 15 Leandro Somoza
-
MF 22 Jorge Ortiz
-
FW 26 Lucas Melano
-
FW 9 Santiago Silva
-
FW 14 Jorge Pereyra Díaz
-
colspan=3Substitutes:
-
GK 12 Esteban Andrada
-
DF 20 Facundo Monteseirín
-
MF 21 Nicolás Pasquini
-
MF 23 Oscar Benítez
-
MF 16 Víctor Ayala
-
MF 8 Fernando Barrientos
-
FW 18 Ismael Blanco
-
colspan=3Manager:
-
colspan=4 Guillermo Barros Schelotto
{ width=50% style="font-size: 90%"
Assistant referees:
Mauricio Espinosa (Uruguay)
Marcelo Costa (Uruguay)
Fourth official:
Daniel Fedorczuk (Uruguay)

Second leg

{{Football box
date=11 December 2013
time=20:50 UTC−3
team1=Lanús
score=2–0
report=Report
team2= Ponte Preta
goals1=Ayala
I. Blanco
goals2=
stadium=Estadio Ciudad de Lanús, Lanús
attendance=40,000
referee=Enrique Osses (Chile)
{ width=92%
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{ width="100%"
valign="top" width="50%"
{ style="font-size: 90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" align=center
-
!width=25 !!width=25
-
GK 1 Agustín Marchesín
-
DF 4 Carlos Araujo
-
DF 2 Paolo Goltz (c)
-
DF 24 Carlos Izquierdoz
-
DF 6 Maximiliano Velázquez
-
MF 5 Diego González
-
MF 15 Leandro Somoza
-
MF 16 Víctor Ayala
-
FW 18 Ismael Blanco
-
FW 9 Santiago Silva
-
FW 23 Oscar Benítez
-
colspan=3Substitutes:
-
GK 12 Esteban Andrada
-
DF 20 Facundo Monteseirín
-
DF 27 Matías Martínez
-
MF 21 Nicolás Pasquini
-
MF 22 Jorge Ortiz
-
MF 8 Fernando Barrientos
-
FW 26 Lucas Melano
-
colspan=3Manager:
-
colspan=4 Guillermo Barros Schelotto
{ style="font-size: 90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" align=center
-
!width=25 !!width=25
-
GK 1 Roberto (c)
-
DF 2 Artur
-
DF 3 César
-
DF 4 Diego Sacoman
-
DF 8 Fernando Bob
-
MF 5 Baraka
-
MF 20 Magal
-
MF 15 Fellipe Bastos
-
MF 10 Elias
-
FW 7 Rildo
-
FW 29 Leonardo
-
colspan=3Substitutes:
-
GK 24 Édson Bastos
-
DF 13 Régis
-
DF 16 Ferron
-
MF 21 Ferrugem
-
MF 11 Chiquinho
-
FW 27 Adaílton
-
FW 9 William
-
colspan=3Manager:
-
colspan=4 Jorginho
{ width=50% style="font-size: 90%"
Assistant referees:
Carlos Astroza (Chile)
Sergio Roman (Chile)
Fourth official:
Julio Bascuñán (Chile)

See also

  • 2014 Recopa Sudamericana
  • 2014 Suruga Bank Championship

External links

  • Copa Sudamericana, CONMEBOL.com

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