The draw for the quarter finals of this season’s Copa Sudamericana has been completed.
There is one all-Argentinian tie, while only one Brazilian side remain.
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Four of the eight ties in the Round of 16 were decided via a penalty shootout. Boca Juniors, Emelec, Estudiantes and Cesar Vallejo were the beneficiaries, and join Colombians Atletico Nacional, River Plate, Sao Paulo and Paraguay’s Cerro Porteno in the next round.
The draw in full:
Atletico Nacional (COL) vs Cesar Vallejo (PER)
Boca Juniors (ARG) vs Cerro Porteno (PAR)
Estudiantes (ARG) vs River Plate (ARG)
Sao Paulo (BRA) vs Emelec (ECU)
The two legged ties will be played on October 29/30 and November 5/6.
The final is scheduled for mid December. The winner will qualify for the 2015 Copa Libertadores along with the Recopa Sudamericana – the CONMEBOL equivalent of the European Super Cup – against 2014 Copa Libertadores winners San Lorenzo.