Once Caldas are on top of Copa Libertadores Group 2 following an impressive 2-1 victory over Brazilian giants Sao Paulo on Thursday.
After beating Nacional de Asuncion in their opening game things initially did not go according to plan for the Colombian outfit as Sao Paulo goalkeeper and free kick specialist Rogerio Ceni put the Brazilians ahead on 33 minutes.
But in the second half it was all Once Caldas, who levelled the score through Fernando Uribe four minutes after the interval.
And in the 71st minute, it was Dayro Moreno who made it 2-1, which would be the final result.
With six points from two games, Once Caldas are comfortably on top in this group. Sao Paulo and Mexican side Monterrey follow with three points each, while Nacional remain without points after their first two matches.