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Friday, May 21, 2004 

River Plate 1-0 Dep. Cali

Rubens Sanbueza's only goal gave River a slim advantage in the quarter-finals of the Libertadores. Los Millionarios didn't transform their superiority in the pitch on to the final result, and will have to work hard on the second leg, to be played in Colombia next week, if they want to go through to the semi's.

RIVER PLATE: Germán Lux; Juan Fernández, Horacio Ameli, Eduardo Tuzzio, Ricardo Rojas; Javier Mascherano, Luis González (Gabriel Pereyra, 75'), Rubens Sambueza, Marcelo Gallardo (Daniel Montenegro, 69'); Maximiliano López (José Sand, 82'), Fernando Cavenaghi.

DEPORTIVO CALI: Breiner Castillo; Freddy Hurtado, Andrés Mosquera, Nelson Rivas, Wílman Conde; Hernando "Cocho"´ Patiño, Oscar Díaz (Jimmy Asprilla, 65'), Abel Aguilar, Alvaro Domínguez (Trujillo, 46'), Malher Tressor Moreno; Carlos Castillo (Jorge Díaz, 72').

GOALS: 1-0, Rubens Sambueza (18')

Other Results

São Paulo (BRA) 3-0 Dep. Táchira (VEN)
Santos (BRA) 1-1 Once Caldas (COL)
River Plate (ARG) 1-1 Dep. Cali (COL)
São Caetano (BRA) 0-0 Boca Juniors (ARG)


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