Paraguayan side Cerro Porteno put one foot in the Copa Sudamericana quarter-finals as it shocked Argentinian outfit
In its first attack in the 21st minute, the Paraguayan side opened the scoring when defender
The host reacted and
In the last move before half-time Lucas Mugni, one of the most promising players in Argentinian football, equalised with a precise low shot.
In the 52nd minute, Brazilian referee
A minute later, the stadium suffered a power failure.
After a 10-minute delay the game resumed, but the host was left to wish it had not when substitute
"I think this result is very unjust. We maybe didn't show our best football but we were the ones that always searched the victory," Colon defender
"They only defended and in two isolated moves produced two goals."
The second leg will be played on
Australia midfielder Mile Jedinak believes the Socceroos have been “dealt a pretty tough hand” as the spectres of world champion Spain, Netherlands and Chile loom ahead at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.