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2016/2017 Season

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2 Flamengo 16 5 6 53
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Hamburg sign Brazil defender Douglas Santos to five-year deal

Douglas Santos helped Brazil win their first Olympic gold medal in Rio de Janeiro.

Bundesliga side Hamburg have signed Brazilian Olympic gold medalist Douglas Santos from Brazilian club Atletico Mineiro on a five-year deal.

The agreement was reached shortly before the German transfer window closed on Wednesday. Santos had already passed a physical for the German club, Atletico Mineiro said in a statement. 

Hamburg gave no details about the deal, but German media reports put the transfer at between €7-10 million ($7.79-11.13m).

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Maicon launches Sao Paulo into the Copa Libertadores semifinals

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Maicon's 15th minute strike was enough to secure Sao Paulo's progress into the semifinals.

Sao Paulo scored an all-important away goal against Atletico Mineiro to book their place in the Copa Libertadores semifinals on Wednesday.

Edgardo Bauza's side walked away with a 2-2 aggregate win, despite losing 2-1 to Atletico Mineiro in the second leg of the quarterfinal.

Atletico Mineiro stormed to a 2-0 lead in the opening 12 minutes in Belo Horizonte thanks to goals Juan Cazares and Carlos Carvalho.

Sao Paulo's Maicon, however, responded for the visitors three minutes later, tucking away an...

Michel Bastos gives Sao Paulo 1-0 win over Atletico MG in Copa Libertadores

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Michel Bastos scored the only goal of the match to give Sao Paulo a 1-0 win over Atletico MG.

Former Lyon and Roma winger Michel Bastos scored a 79th minute header to help Sao Paulo draw first blood in a 1-0 win over Atletico Mineiro in their Copa Libertadores quarterfinal first leg game.

In what was an ill-tempered game which saw referee Wilmar Roldan dish out 10 yellow cards, with seven coming in the first half alone, neither team managed to gain any rhythm throughout the 90 minutes.

It was left to former Brazilian international Bastos to settle proceedings when he glanced home a header...

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River Plate lose to Independiente in Copa Libertadores title defence

Defending Copa Libertadores champions River Plate exited the competition in the round of 16 at the hands of Independiente del Valle.

River Plate's quest to repeat as Copa Libertadores champions was thwarted by Ecuadorian club Independiente del Valle in the round of 16.

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The Argentine club lost to Independiente by a final aggregate score of 2-1, after failing to overcome a two-goal deficit from the first leg in Ecuador.

River dominated possession and shots on goal, but could only find the net once, when substitute Lucas Alario scored from close range to give the hosts a late 1-0 lead in the 79th minute.

A four-goal lead from the...

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Heavyweights from Argentina, Brazil make Copa Libertadores knockouts

Atletico Mineiro have been the most impressive of the Brazilian sides thus far.

Going into the penultimate week of action in the group phase of the Copa Libertadores, five teams had already booked their place in the knockout rounds -- Pumas and Toluca of Mexico, Atletico Nacional of Colombia, Nacional of Uruguay, and Deportivo Tachira, the first Venezuelan side to make it through since 2009.

No one had crossed the line from the two countries that tend to dominate the tournament: Brazil and Argentina. But it was just a matter of time. Another six places have been filled this...