Sao Paulo qualified for the 2022 Copa Sudamericana final by beating Atlético Goianiense 4-2 on penalties this Thursday in the Morumbí, where they leveled the series by winning 2-0 in regulation time, after losing 3-1 in the first leg of the semifinals.
Sao Paulo, to the final
The 'tricolor paulista', commanded by the legendary exporter Rogerio Ceni, took the definition to the white point with a brace from the midfielder Patrick (4, 64).
From the eleven paces, the 2012 South American champion won with goals from Reinaldo, the Argentine Jonathan Calleri, Igor Vinícius and Galoppo. The São Paulo players will clash on October 1, in the Argentine city of Córdoba, against Independiente del Valle from Ecuador, winner of the tournament in 2019 and who dispatched Melgar from Peru (6-0 on aggregate).
The new South American champion will come out of this clash, defeated last year by Athletico Paranaense, in line with the Brazilian dominance in regional competitions.
⚽️ ¡Gol de Sao Paulo, que iguala la serie! Patrick, nuevamente, anota para el 2-0 contra Goianiense.
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