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2004 Copa Libertadores Finals

2004 Copa Libertadores Finals
Event 2004 Copa Toyota Libertadores
Once Caldas won the penalty shootout 2–0
First leg
Date 23 June 2004
Venue La Bombonera, Buenos Aires
Referee Gustavo Méndez
Second leg
Date 1 July 2004
Venue Estadio Palogrande, Manizales
Referee Carlos Chandía

The 2004 Copa Libertadores Final was a two-legged football match-up to determine the 2004 Copa Libertadores champion.

Qualified teams

Team Previous finals appearances (bold indicates winners)
Boca Juniors 1963, 1977, 1978, 1979, 2000, 2001, 2003
Once Caldas None

Route to the finals

Once Caldas Boca Juniors
Barcelona
A
0–0
Round of 16
First leg
Sporting Cristal
A
3–2
Tévez 31'
Calvo 82'
Schelotto 90'
Barcelona
H
1–1
(p. 4–2)
Agudelo 83' Second leg Sporting Cristal
H
2–1
Villarreal 40'
Tévez 62'
Santos
A
1–1
Valentierra 88' Quarterfinals
First leg
São Caetano
A
0–0
Santos
H
1–0
Valentierra 70' Second leg São Caetano
H
1–1
(p. 4–3)
Barijho 65'
São Paulo
A
0–0
Semifinals
First leg
River Plate
H
1–0
Schiavi 28'
São Paulo
H
2–1
Alcazar 27'
Agudelo 90'
Second leg River Plate
A
1–2
(p. 5–4)
Tévez 89'

Final summary

First leg

Boca Juniors
Once Caldas
BOCA JUNIORS:
GK 1 Roberto Abbondanzieri
DF 5 Pablo Alvarez
DF 2 Rolando Schiavi  68'
DF 6 Nicolás Burdisso
DF 3 Clemente Rodríguez
MF 19 Pablo Ledesma
MF 20 Javier Villarreal  72'
MF 8 Diego Cagna (c)  76'
MF 10 Iarley
FW 7 Guillermo Schelotto
FW 21 Antonio Barijho
Substitutes:
GK 12 Wilfredo Caballero
MF 4 Pablo Jerez
DF 13 Diego Crosa
DF 14 Luis Perea
FW 17 Franco Cangele  76'
MF 23 Neri Cardozo
DF 24 Miguel Caneo
Manager:
Carlos Bianchi
ONCE CALDAS:
GK 1 Juan Henao
DF 2 Miguel Rojas  80'
DF 24 Samuel Vanegas (c)  61'
DF 13 Édgar Cataño
DF 22 John García
MF 3 Jhon Viáfara
MF 5 Rubén Velásquez
MF 14 Diego Arango
MF 16 Elkin Soto
MF 8 Arnulfo Valentierra  37'  74'
FW 18 Jorge Agudelo  64'
Substitutes:
GK 25 Juan González
DF 7 Jefrey Díaz
MF 10 Jonathan Fabbro
MF 15 Herly Alcázar  81'  64'
MF 20 Raúl Marín
FW 21 Javier Araujo  37'
FW 23 Wilmer Ortegón  74'
Manager:
Luis Montoya

Assistant referees:
Pablo Fandiño
Marcelo Costa
Fourth official:
Martín Vázquez

Second leg

2004-07-01
19:15 (UTC-5)
Once Caldas 1 – 1 Boca Juniors
 7' (Report)  52'
  Penalties  



2 – 0 Schiavi
Cascini
Burdisso
Cángele
Once Caldas
Boca Juniors
ONCE CALDAS:
GK 1 Juan Henao
DF 2 Miguel Rojas
DF 24 Samuel Vanegas (c)
DF 13 Édgar Cataño
DF 22 John García  51'  90'
MF 3 Jhon Viáfara
MF 5 Rubén Velásquez
MF 15 Herly Alcázar  78'
MF 16 Elkin Soto
MF 8 Arnulfo Valentierra
FW 18 Dayro Moreno  25'  67'
Substitutes:
GK 25 Juan González
DF 7 Jefrey Díaz  67'
MF 14 Diego Arango
FW 18 Jorge Agudelo  78'
MF 20 Raúl Marín
FW 21 Javier Araujo
FW 23 Wilmer Ortegón  90'  90'
Manager:
Luis Montoya
BOCA JUNIORS:
GK 1 Roberto Abbondanzieri
DF 14 Luis Perea
DF 2 Rolando Schiavi
DF 6 Nicolás Burdisso
DF 3 Clemente Rodríguez
MF 11 Fabián Vargas  76'
MF 20 Javier Villarreal
MF 8 Diego Cagna (c)  86'
MF 22 Alfredo Cascini
FW 17 Franco Cangele
FW 9 Carlos Tévez
Substitutes:
GK 12 Wilfredo Caballero
DF 5 Pablo Alvarez
MF 10 Iarley
DF 13 Diego Crosa
MF 19 Pablo Ledesma
FW 21 Antonio Barijho
DF 24 Miguel Caneo  86'
Manager:
Carlos Bianchi

Assistant referees:
Julio Cristian
Rodrigo González
Fourth official:
Pablo Pozo

External links

  • CONMEBOL's official website
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