Boca Juniors at Fluminense, Wednesday April 11 (r)

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  1. argentine soccer fan

    argentine soccer fan Moderator Staff Member

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    Orion lo ataja!!!

    Lo que faltaba. :D


  2. Moishe

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    Ref lost control of the match. I'd prefer Inter in the next round

    edit: Orion!!!!
  3. argentine soccer fan

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    Final: Boca 2 Fluminense 0. Boca se clasifica.

    GRANDE BOCA!!!
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    Wowwww!!!!!

    Great game! great show by Boca!!

    Takes a lot of mental toughness to come in to Brazil and get the win to advance. And we were without Roman and Somoza.

    Here's hoping we make a splash in the knockout stages!


  5. argentine soccer fan

    argentine soccer fan Moderator Staff Member

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    Melhores momentos:

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7tPKbr0jKY"]Melhores Momentos Fluminense 0 x 2 Boca Juniors copa libertadores 2012 - YouTube[/ame]
  6. RIQUELME10

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    A great win against a tough side like Flu should give us confidence.
    Copa gets serious now whoever we get will be tough but hopefully with the squad we have we can be contenders
    Vamos Boca!!!!!!!!!!
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    i know this game boca won it

    but if i want to compare between this game & the one that boca lose it at the la bombonera, which is the best performance boca had played?

    with roman or without that lazy magician?
  8. argentine soccer fan

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    I thought Boca created more chances at La Bombonera, they were a bit unfortunate but I'd say they played stronger offensively back then. But defensively they played much better last night. Overall I think the team is playing better now than they were a month ago.

    I'd rather have Riquelme on the field, but this team is proving that they are not dependent on one player.
  9. argentine soccer fan

    argentine soccer fan Moderator Staff Member

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    So, the last time Boca had won a Copa Libertadores game on the road against a foreign team (Arsenal doesn't count) was March 18 2009, when they beat Guarani in Asuncion 3-1, with goals from Riquelme, Palermo and Palacio.

    It's been over three years, hard to believe. No wonder I'm enjoying it so much.
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    Do we have a realistic chance to win the group?

    Even if we beat Zamora, Arsenal has to prevent Fluminense from winning. Since Arsenal have nothing to play for, will they even try?

    Being a higher seed is always better, since we'll get to play the second leg at La Bombonera.
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    I couldnt see the game, it started at 2am my time and i need to get up at 6:(

    I really wasnt sure how we would do away at flu, but this team just keeps on giving. I dunno how we played but i saw the goals, lovely finish by dario.

    Is anyone else thinking the same as me now? I really think we can win it. Yeah it will be difficult, but with this team we dont have to fear anyone.
  12. argentine soccer fan

    argentine soccer fan Moderator Staff Member

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    Darío Cvitanich was selected as the Copa Libertadores player of the week by Conmebol

    http://www.conmebol.com/asociaciones/Cvitanich-el-jugador-de-la-9a-semana-20120413-0003.html

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