Luis “Lucho” GONZALEZ scored for Atletico Paranaense in the Copa Libertadores while Franco OLEGO scored for Jorge Wilstermann.
South America’s premier club competition the Copa Libertadores kicked off on Tuesday with four matches. The matches produced two goals scored by Argentine players. One more famous than the other. In Brazil, Atletico Paranaense drew 2-2 against Chilean club Universidad Catolica with Lucho GONZALEZ scoring the first goal. In the same match, former Boca man Ricardo NOIR scored for Universidad Catolica.
Over in Brazil, Franco OLEGO of Jorge Wilstermann scored in their 6-2 win against Uruguayan club Peñarol. The former Atlanta man scored his club’s last goal.
Luis “Lucho” GONZALEZ’s goal:
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Ricardo NOIR’s goal:
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Franco OLEGO’s goal:
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