Santos overwhelmed Boca and sealed his pass to the final of Libertadores

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With a Venezuelan stamp, Santos sealed his pass to the CONMEBOL Libertadores grand final after beating Boca Juniors at home with a 3-0 result.

Yeferson Soteldo scored a great goal to make it 2-0 on the scoreboard at minute 49. The Venezuelan winger outlined on the side of the area and drew a rifle that grazed the crossbar but went deep into the net 'xeneize'.

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The Peixe directed by Alexi Stival "Cuca" dispatched the Argentine champion at the Vila Belmiro stadium after having scored a 0-0 draw in Buenos Aires. Santos began dominating the commitment from 16 ′ thanks to both Diego Pituca.

Just two minutes after Soteldo's goal, Lucas Braga was in charge of hanging the icing on the cake to sign the 3-0 win, and thus seal his ticket to the grand final that will be played against Palmeiras.

Those of Stival mercilessly subjected a xeneize who lacked soul and who played with ten players on the court from 56 'due to the expulsion of Colombian Frank Fabra.

Santos and Palmeiras will fight relentlessly to conquer the eternal glory that only Libertadores grants. This will be the first Brazilian final since 2006, and will be played on January 30 at the legendary Maracana, in Rio de Janeiro.

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