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2006 Recopa Sudamericana

2006 Recopa Sudamericana
First leg
Date September 7, 2006
Venue Estadio Alberto J. Armando, Buenos Aires
Referee Carlos Amarilla (Paraguay)
Attendance 35,426
Second leg
Date September 14, 2006
Venue Estádio do Morumbi, São Paulo
Referee Óscar Julián Ruiz (Colombia)
Attendance 19,861

The 2006 Recopa Sudamericana (officially the 2006 Recopa Visa Sudamericana for sponsorship reasons) was the 14th Recopa Sudamericana, an annual football match between the winners of the previous season's Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana competitions.

The match was contested by São Paulo, winners of the 2005 Copa Libertadores, and defending champions Boca Juniors, winners of the 2005 Copa Sudamericana and appearing in their third consecutive final. As both teams have won the competition twice before, this edition determined who will become the first tricampeon of the Recopa Sudamericana.

Boca Juniors successfully defend the title as they beat São Paulo 4-3 on aggregate to win their third Recopa. This victory also positioned Boca Juniors, momentarily, as the most lauded international club of the world.

Contents

  • Qualified teams 1
  • Matches 2
    • First leg 2.1
    • Second leg 2.2
  • External links 3

Qualified teams

Team Previous finals appearances (bold indicates winners)
Boca Juniors 1990, 2004, 2005
São Paulo 1993, 1994

Matches

First leg

September 7, 2006
22:00 (UTC-3)
Boca Juniors 2–1 São Paulo
Palacio Goal 53'73' Thiago Goal 30'
Boca Juniors
São Paulo
BOCA JUNIORS:
GK 1 Aldo Bobadilla
DF 15 José María Calvo
DF 6 Daniel Díaz
DF 3 Claudio Morel Rodríguez
DF 22 Juan Krupoviesa Booked 90'
MF 21 Sebastián Battaglia (C) Substituted off 46'
MF 5 Fernando Gago Booked 34'
MF 19 Neri Cardozo Substituted off 88'
MF 10 Guillermo Marino Substituted off 71'
FW 14 Rodrigo Palacio
FW 9 Martín Palermo
Substitutes:
MF 8 Pablo Ledesma Booked 62' Substituted in 46'
MF 23 Jesús Dátolo Substituted in 71'
FW 11 Andrés Franzoia Substituted in 88'
Manager:
Alfio Basile
SÃO PAULO:
GK 1 Rogério Ceni (C)
DF 2 Alex Silva
DF 3 Fabão
DF 4 Edcarlos Booked 44'
MF 7 Mineiro
MF 8 Josué Substituted off 85'
MF 10 Danilo
MF 23 Lenílson Booked 84'
MF 20 Richarlysson Booked 38'
FW 19 Thiago
FW 14 Aloísio Substituted off 34'
Substitutes:
FW 11 Alex Dias Substituted in 34' Substituted off 60'
MF 21 Souza Substituted in 60'
Manager:
Muricy Ramalho

Assistant referees:
Amelio Andino
Manuel Bernal

Second leg

September 14, 2006
22:00 (UTC-3)
São Paulo 2–2 Boca Juniors
Júnior Goal 34'
Morel Rodríguez Goal 85' (o.g.)
Palacio Goal 40'
Palermo Goal 75'
Estádio do Morumbi, São Paulo
Attendance: 19,861
Referee: Óscar Ruiz (Colombia)
São Paulo
Boca Juniors
SÃO PAULO:
GK 1 Rogério Ceni (C)
DF 2 Alex Silva
DF 3 Fabão Booked 71'
DF 4 Edcarlos Substituted off 65'
MF 21 Souza Substituted off 84'
MF 7 Mineiro
MF 8 Josué
MF 10 Danilo
MF 6 Lenílson
FW 19 Thiago Booked 22'
FW 23 Lenílson
Substitutes:
FW 11 Alex Dias Substituted in 65'
FW 16 Ilsinho Substituted in 84'
Manager:
Muricy Ramalho
BOCA JUNIORS:
GK 1 Aldo Bobadilla
DF 4 Hugo Ibarra (C)
DF 6 Daniel Díaz Booked 20'
DF 3 Claudio Morel Rodríguez
DF 22 Juan Krupoviesa
MF 8 Pablo Ledesma
MF 5 Fernando Gago
MF 19 Neri Cardozo Booked 50' Substituted off 81'
MF 10 Guillermo Marino Substituted off 46'
FW 14 Rodrigo Palacio Substituted off 91'
FW 9 Martín Palermo Booked 88'
Substitutes:
MF 23 Jesús Dátolo Substituted in 46'
MF 18 Jonathan Maidana Substituted in 81'
FW 11 Andrés Franzoia Substituted in 91'
Manager:
Alfio Basile

Assistant referees:
Eduardo Botero
José Navia

Recopa Sudamericana
2006 Winners
Boca Juniors
Third Title

External links

  • Official webpage
  • Official rules (Spanish)


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