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FUTEBOL BRASILEIRO

2016/2017 Season

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7 Coritiba FBC 0 0 0 0
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

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...

 By Tim Vickery

Copa Libertadores pits Brazil vs. Argentina in intriguing last-16 ties

Robinho and Atletico Mineiro are fancied to beat Racing but the Copa Lib is known for its unpredictability.

On Wednesday the knockout phase of the Copa Libertadores really gets serious: three games, five former champions and two big clashes between clubs from Brazil and Argentina. It's perhaps surprising that all of this is coming so soon, in the round of 16 rather than in the quarterfinals. Come the end of next week, some major challengers will have left the competition.

The day kicks off with one of those Argentina-Brazil confrontations. In Buenos Aires, Racing play host to Atletico Mineiro, the 2013...

 By Tim Vickery

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...

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Corinthians' Tite: I don't want to succeed Dunga as Brazil coach

ESPN FC's Craig Burley reacts to the latest FIFA rankings, which see Argentina move to No. 1.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying table and whether Ecuador can keep up their current pace.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Brazil's draw with Paraguay and the absence of Thiago Silva.
Uruguay's Luis Suarez speaks to his side's need to change their entire game plan following Brazil's two early goals in their 2-2 draw.

Corinthians manager Tite has said he would never negotiate to replace Dunga as Brazil coach, criticising the media for suggesting he take over. 

The pressure on Dunga has intensified after last month's round of 2018 World Cup qualifying matches brought draws against Paraguay and Uruguay.

The Selecao are sixth in the CONMEBOL qualifying table, but 12 matches remain in which to avoid the threat of missing a World Cup for the first time in their history.

They are currently one place outside the...

Shooting death prompts away fans to be banned from derbies in Sao Paulo

Palmeiras fans
Palmeiras fans -- and all other away supporters -- will not be able to attend city derbies for the rest of the year.

Sao Paulo police have banned away fans from attending city derbies until the end of the year after a bystander was shot dead on Sunday as Palmeiras and Corinthians fans battled ahead of their state championship game.

The decision was taken by the state's military police in conjunction with the Paulista State Football Federation and public prosecutors.

"This will avoid the need for the military police to escort organised fan groups, which will allow a reinforcement of policing around the stadiums,"...