The Brazilian team, Santos, qualified for the final match of the Copa Libertadores for the first time in 10 years and the fourth in its history, after defeating its guest Boca Juniors Argentine team by 3-0, in the match that brought the two teams together at the stadium, “Rabano Calera”, in the semi-final second leg of the competition, after the two teams tied back home Without goals in Argentina.
Santos finished the first half of the match, beating with a clean goal scored by Diego Petuca in the 16th minute.
In the second half, the Brazilian team added two goals within two minutes, through each of Yeverson Sotildo and Lucas Braga in the 49th and 51st minutes of the match.
Boca Juniors defender Frank Fabra was sent off directly in the 56th minute after his violent intervention on the Brazilian player.
Santos faces his fellow countryman Palmeiras in the final match of the current edition of the Libertadores Cup 2019-2020, on January 30th, at the “Maracana” stadium, and the winner of them will represent the South American continent in the FIFA Club World Cup that Qatar will host next month.
The Libertadores Cup will be won by the Brazilian team for the second consecutive season, after Flamengo won the title last season, after defeating the Argentine River Plate in the final match with a score of 2-1.