The match between Millonarios and Cali started 45 minutes later as planned due to fan violence outside the stadium. One fan threw a rock at Cali’s team bus and injured player Juan Guillermo Domínguez.
When the match did finally start, Millonarios turned out to have maintained concentration better than their opponents. The only goal of the match was scored by striker Carmelo Valencia in the 32nd minute. Both sides had a player sent off, with Ruben Dario Bustos (Millonarios) and Jamell Ramos (Cali) sent for an early shower.
Deportes Tolima took the lead earlier on Sunday. In Ibagué, the home side went ahead with a goal from Franco Arizala in the 38th minute. Christian Marrugo added a second close to the hour mark. Alexander Anaya did get one back for Cartagena in injury time but it was too little, too late.
Cúcuta Deportivo moved into fourth place thanks to a 1-0 win over Pasto. The only goal of the match came in the very first minute and was scored by José Castillo.
La Equidad are back in the top eight, beating Independiente Medellín 1-0 at El Techo stadium in Bogotá. Efrain Viáfara scored the winning goal four minutes after the hour mark. The home side played most of the match with ten men as Román Torres was red-carded on 21 minutes.
Pereira earned a rather easy 3-1 victory over Atlético Huila. John Jairo Lozano put the home side ahead in the 27th minute and goals from Carlos Preciado in the 36th and 52nd minutes have Pereira a comfortable 3-0 lead. Hernan Cordoba scored back in the 67th minute. John Lozano caused a penalty and was sent off in the 85th minute, but Iván Velásquez failed to score from the spot. Amilcar Henríquez as red-carded for Huila near full time.
América de Cali did themselves a big favor beating Envigado 4-0 at Pascual Guerrero stadium. Carlos Valdés scored twice in the first half and Wilson Morelo did the same in the second.
After ten matches, Tolima lead with 19 points. Junior of Barranquilla follow with 18 points and third place is shared by Cali and Cúcuta, both with 17 points.