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Discussion in 'Mexico: Club Cups and Competitions' started by nopalnation, Nov 7, 2010.
I read that Tolima eliminated Corinthians from Copa Libertadores. Epic fail
Especially after Roberto Carlos talked all that smack
jaja el hijo de mi novia está en el mismo colegio que el hijo
Se llama Jean Pierre Quiñónez
what did he say?
It's on, putos.
Libertad up 1-0
Gool San Luis!
ok fine, i'll be Americanista for 90 mins..
Wow. 2 easy goals missed by America. I hope it doesn't come back to bite them later on Goal difference...
clear sitters. Pnche lopez vale merga. He only had to tap it in but kicked it like a rookie just like vuoso who hit the post a bit after Lopez amateur kick.
mehh Tony Lopez got crucified for missing a sitter during the Chucho era and Lapuente never even gave him mins.
For my money, he's a much better player than Danny Marquez and younger to boot.
Needs to be given some time with the first team.
Mexican missing sitters? Surely you are joking..
Nothing like watching America win in Libertadores .
And against a Uruguayan team is even better....Thats for beating us at the WC bitches!
So what happen to Pedroza from Jaguares? I was itchin to see him play. I think if he was there, he would've pwned Wilsterman's snatch and be up by 3-4 goals.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxAwEll5-P0"]YouTube - Jaguares vs Wilstermann 2-0 Copa Libertadores 16/0272011[/ame]
It would be the most bizzare and funniest thing if Jaguares was lifting the cup at the end of this tournament.
Gawd, Orvañanos' gol calls are awful. Almost as bad as Fernando Schwartz's.
Partido malo, but they got the three points.
Didn't watch it but heard Wilstermann gave them a challenge
A bit scary considering they are a 2nd Division side
That is why I am not that excited by jaguares' win.
They're in the second division now but they won the Bolivian championship last year to qualify for the Libertadores.
Yeah but they were relegated for a reason
Not to mention that the Bolivian league is probably the weakest South American league
They must've done something right to make it to Libertadores.
Not sure I understand the gripe. Is it that Jaguares should've scored more or is it that Wilstermann created a few chances and threatened Villalpando?