1965 Copa Libertadores Finals

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1965 Copa de Campeones Finals
Event1965 Copa de Campeones de América
2–2 on points
Independiente won after a play-off
First leg
Date9 April 1965
VenueIndependiente, Avellaneda
RefereeArturo Yamasaki (Peru)
Attendance45,000
Second leg
Date12 April 1965
VenueEstadio Centenario, Montevideo
RefereeArturo Yamasaki (Peru)
Attendance45,000
Play-off
Date15 April 1965 (1965-04-15)
VenueEstadio Nacional, Santiago
RefereeArturo Yamasaki (Peru)
Attendance40,000
1964
1966

The 1965 Copa Libertadores Finals was a football series between Argentine team Independiente and Uruguayan team Peñarol on 6 and 12 April of that same year. It was the sixth final of South America's most prestigious football competition, the Copa Libertadores.

After both teams won one match each, a playoff was played on 15 April, being won by Independiente by 4–1 at Estadio Nacional in Santiago de Chile. Therefore the Diablos Rojos won their 2nd Copa Libertadores title.[1]

Qualified teams[edit]

Team Previous finals appearances (bold indicates winners)
Argentina Independiente 1964
Uruguay Peñarol 1960, 1961, 1962

Venues[edit]

Match details[edit]

First leg[edit]

Independiente Argentina1–0Uruguay Peñarol
Bernao Goal 83'
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Yamasaki (Peru)
Independiente
Peñarol
GK Argentina Miguel Santoro
Argentina Rubén Navarro
Argentina Raúl Decaria
Argentina Roberto Ferreiro
Argentina David Acevedo
Argentina Juan C. Guzmán
Argentina Rául Bernao
Argentina Osvaldo Mura
Argentina Luis Suárez Substituted off
Argentina Roque Avallay
Argentina Raúl Savoy
Substitutes:
MF Argentina Vicente de la Mata, Jr. Substituted in
Manager:
Argentina Manuel Giúdice
GK Uruguay Ladislao Mazurkiewicz
Uruguay Carlos Pérez
Uruguay Luis Varela
Uruguay Pablo Forlán
Uruguay Néstor Gonçalves
Uruguay Omar Caetano
Uruguay Ernesto Ledesma
Uruguay Pedro Rocha
Uruguay Héctor Silva
Uruguay José Sasía
Peru Juan Joya
Manager:
Uruguay Roque Máspoli

Second leg[edit]

Peñarol Uruguay3–1Argentina Independiente
Gonçalves Goal 14'
Reznik Goal 43'
Rocha Goal 46'
De la Mata, Jr. Goal 88'
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Yamasaki (Peru)
Peñarol
Independiente
GK Uruguay Ladislao Mazurkiewicz
Uruguay Carlos Pérez
Uruguay Luis Varela
Uruguay Pablo Forlán Substituted off
Uruguay Néstor Gonçalves
Uruguay Omar Caetano
Uruguay Ernesto Ledesma
Uruguay Pedro Rocha
Uruguay Héctor Silva
Uruguay José Sasía
Peru Juan Joya
Substitutes:
Uruguay Miguel Reznik Substituted in
Manager:
Uruguay Roque Máspoli
GK Argentina Miguel Santoro
Argentina Rubén Navarro
Argentina José Paflik
Argentina Roberto Ferreiro
Argentina David Acevedo
Argentina Juan C. Guzmán
Argentina Rául Bernao
Argentina Osvaldo Mura
Argentina Luis Suárez
Argentina Roque Avallay Substituted off
Argentina Raúl Savoy
Substitutes:
Argentina Vicente de la Mata, Jr. Substituted in
Manager:
Argentina Manuel Giúdice

Playoff[edit]

Independiente Argentina4–1Uruguay Peñarol
Pérez (o.g.) Goal 10'
Bernao Goal 27'
Avallay Goal 33'
Mura Goal 82'
Joya Goal 44'
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Yamasaki (Peru)
Independiente
Peñarol
GK Argentina Miguel Santoro
Argentina Rubén Navarro
Argentina Raúl Decaria
Argentina Roberto Ferreiro
Argentina David Acevedo
Argentina Juan C. Guzmán
Argentina Rául Bernao
Argentina Osvaldo Mura
Argentina De la Mata, Jr. Substituted off
Argentina Roque Avallay
Argentina Raúl Savoy
Substitutes:
Argentina Miguel A. Mori Substituted in
Manager:
Argentina Manuel Giúdice
GK Uruguay Ladislao Mazurkiewicz
Uruguay Carlos Pérez
Uruguay Luis Varela
Uruguay Pablo Forlán
Uruguay Néstor Gonçalves
Uruguay Omar Caetano
Uruguay Ernesto Ledesma
Uruguay Pedro Rocha
Uruguay Miguel Reznik Substituted off
Uruguay Héctor Silva
Peru Juan Joya
Substitutes:
Uruguay José Sasía Substituted in
Manager:
Uruguay Roque Máspoli

References[edit]

  1. ^ Copa Libertadores 1964 by José Luis Pierrend, John Beuker, Pablo Ciullini and Osvaldo José Gorgazzi on RSSSF