Colombian football might still have a representative in the second
round of the Copa Libertadores, as Boyacá Chicó easily beat Universidad
de Chile to move into first place in Group 7.
Fans in Tunja did not have to wait long for their side to score a first goal against the Chileans, with Edwin Movil beating the opposing goalkeeper on four minutes.
Winston Giron added a second in the 18th minute and Universidad never found the strength to reply, other than having a goal disallowed for off-side.
The third and final goal came in the 71st minute and was scored by Juan Nuñez.
Chicó lead Group 7 with six points from two games. Gremio are second with four points and a game in hand.