In the eventful return of Dani Alves after his golden trip with Brazil at the Tokyo Olympics, Sao Paulo Honor split 1-1 with Palm trees This Tuesday in the first leg of the quarter-finals of Libertadores Cup 2021.
Midfielder Luan (54) put former Argentine striker Hernan Crespo in the lead after saving Weverton twice, but Patrick De Paula (74), in a free kick without resistance, set the equalizer at the Morumbi Stadium, devoid of health protocols. Anti-epidemic services.
The draw was a fair reward for paying Abel Ferreira’s men, in a good second half, but above all in recognition of goalkeeper Verdau’s efforts to conserve his goal.
The final match of the so-called “Chok Re”, which faces two of the most winning Brazilian teams, will be played next Tuesday at Allianz Parque in Sao Paulo.
The winner of the semi-finals will face the winner of the series between Atlético Mineiro and River Plate (ARG), who will play the first leg on Wednesday in Buenos Aires.
Sao Paulo – Palmeiras: line-ups
Sao Paulo – Palmeiras: minute by minute
After beating Racing in the Round of 16, Sao Paulo is now looking for a place in the semi-finals against a classic contender such as Palmeiras, the current Copa Libertadores champion, who beat U Católica to reach this stage.
What time is São Paulo – Palmeiras plays?
- Mexico – 7:30 PM
- Peru – 7:30 PM
- Ecuador – 7:30 PM
- Colombia – 7:30 PM
- Bolivia – 20:30 hours
- Venezuela – 20:30 hours
- Paraguay – 20:30 hours
- Chile – 20:30 hours
- Argentina – 9:30 pm
- Uruguay – 9:30 pm
- Brazil – 9:30 PM
- Spain – 02:30 AM (Friday, July 15)
Which channels to watch Sao Paulo – Palmeiras
- Argentina | Play ESPN2
- Bolivia | Play ESPN2
- Brazil | CONMEBOL TV, NOW NET and Claro
- Chile | Play ESPN2
- Colombia | ESPN2 South
- Spain | dazn
- Paraguay | Play ESPN2
- Peru | ESPN2 South
- United States | beIN SPORTS in Spanish, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
- Uruguay | ESPN2 South
How to watch São Paulo – Palmeiras on ESPN 2 live
- DirecTV: Channel 622 and 1622
- Movistar TV Chile: Channel 482 and 886
- Movistar TV Peru and Colombia: Channel 486 and 886
- Movistar TV Venezuela: Channel 4857
- Entel Bolivia: Channel 41
- Inter Satellite Venezuela: Channel 105
- Argentina Call Center: Channel 105 and 1011
- Cablevisión Argentina: Channel 23 and 102
- Tegu Bolivia: Channel 510 and 702
- Tegu Paraguay: Channel 104
- VTR Chile: Channel 48
- Grupo TV Ecuador: Channel 202 and 734
- MovistarTV Peru: 506 and 741
- Claro TV Chile: Channel 175 and 475
- Claro TV in Peru: Channel 65 and 523
- Claro TV Colombia: Channel 511 and 1511
- Claro TV Ecuador: Channel 90 and 590
- Intercable Venezuela: Channels 11 and 56
Download the ESPN app to watch São Paulo – Palmeiras
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São Paulo – Palmeiras: background and statistics
- Palmeiras will play in the Copa Libertadores quarter-finals for the fourth consecutive season. It is the longest running streak of participation in that edition of the tournament.
- Sao Paulo will participate in the quarter-finals of the Copa Libertadores for the tenth time in its history. “Tricolor” has a convenient number in this case, because it won 8 out of 10 contested series.
- Sao Paulo has a total of seven unbeaten matches against Palmeiras (3V 4E), and has also maintained his unbeaten goal in his last four head-to-head matches.
- Palmeiras last beat Sao Paulo in October 2019, when they crushed Verdao 3-0 in the Brazilian League.
- Palmeiras, the current Copa Libertadores champion, won the championship twice (1999 and 2020), while Sao Paulo won three times (1992, 1993 and 2005).
Sao Paulo – Palmeiras: possible lineups
São Paulo: Thiago Volpi, Robert Arboleda, Joao Miranda, Leo; Igor Vinicius (or Daniel Alves), Luanne, Igor Lezero, Martin Benitez and Wellington; Emiliano Rigoni and Pablo.
Palm trees: Waverton. Mike, Luanne, Gustavo Gomez, Marcos Rocha; Philip Melo, Zee Raphael, Danilo; Brino Lopez, Luiz Adriano and Dodo.
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