2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
3-14-8, 23rd in Argentine Superliga
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579dChris Wright

Dog on the pitch in Argentina

San Lorenzo vs. Arsenal di Sarandi was brought to a temporary halt by one of the cutest pitch invasions you're ever likely to see.

Douglas Magno/AFP/Getty Images
586dTim Vickery

Copa Libertadores heads into quarterfinals

The Copa Libertadores quarterfinals are dominated by Argentine and Brazilian sides, but the other two clubs involved could surprise the favourites.

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809dJeff Carlisle

Sources: Timbers sign Argentine Blanco

The Portland Timbers have signed midfielder Sebastian Blanco from Argentine club San Lorenzo multiple league sources told ESPN FC.

JUAN MABROMATA/AFP/Getty Images
912dESPN staff

Speedy dog halts game in Argentina

Just a few days after yet another cat found its way onto the pitch at Liverpool, Argentina club San Lorenzo had their own match interrupted by a dog.

AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo
1060dArch Bell

Bell: Meet the Americas' best PK taker

Not Messi. Not Neymar. Not Suarez. The best penalty taker in the Americas is Paraguay's Nestor Ortigoza, who will be missed at the Copa America.

Marco Luzzani/Getty Images
1355d

Red Bulls sign Argentina's Veron as DP

The New York Red Bulls have acquired winger Gonzalo Veron from Club Atletico San Lorenzo in the Argentine Primera Division as a designated player.

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1497dTim Vickery

Five Copa Libertadores games to watch

There are some huge Copa Libertadores matches coming up in the next few days. These are the five worth paying attention to, writes Tim Vickery.

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1582dDermot Corrigan

Corrigan: Real relish their latest trophy

The Club World Cup always feels like a weird appendage to the domestic football season, but Real Madrid took their victory seriously and in stride, writes Dermot Corrigan.

JAVIER SORIANO/AFP/Getty Images
1582dSam Kelly

San Lorenzo can hold their heads high

San Lorenzo may have lost the Club World Cup final to Real Madrid, but the club and their supporters have plenty to be excited about moving forward.

AP Photo/Christophe Ena
1583dDermot Corrigan

Corrigan: Real Madrid ease to victory

With Cristiano Ronaldo frustrated, Sergio Ramos was the inspiration again, while Gareth Bale scored in another final, as Real Madrid ended 2014 on a high, writes Dermot Corrigan.

Pellegrini: Lampard decision in next few days (1:40)
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1584dMichael Yokhin

Legendary Yepes faces his final test

Legendary Colombian defender Mario Yepes has struggled at San Lorenzo but as his career enters its final stage, he will have to summon the strength to deal with Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo.

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1586dSam Kelly

San Lorenzo squeeze past Auckland City

Forced to take the initiative and often without the ideas to do so, the Club World Cup semi-final is rarely a pretty spectacle from the CONMEBOL point of view...

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1586dPA Sport

San Lorenzo 2-1 Auckland

Substitute Mauro Matos scored a stoppage-time winner as San Lorenzo sealed their place in the final of the Club World Cup following a 2-1 victory over Auckland City.

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1587dSam Kelly

San Lorenzo seeking dream shot

The tournament that San Lorenzo have obsessed over since winning the Copa Libertadores is here, and the Argentine side will have plenty of motivation versus Auckland City knowing that a date with Real Madrid would lie next, writes Sam Kelly.

AP Photo/L'Osservatore Romano
1671dESPN staff

Basile: San Lorenzo gave pope the boot

Long-time Argentine coach Alfio "Coco" Basile said that during his time at the helm of San Lorenzo, he asked Jorge Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, to leave the dressing room so he would not distract the players.

AP Photo/L'Osservatore Romano
1683dESPN staff

San Lorenzo to name stadium after the Pope

South American champions San Lorenzo are already known as the Saints, and now, their new stadium will have a heavenly name as well.

Bauza: San Lorenzo fulfil potential (1:14)
1711dTim Vickery

Vickery: San Lorenzo break Copa drought

It has been a long wait, but San Lorenzo of Argentina -- semifinalists in 1960, in the first version of the Copa Libertadores -- have finally won South America's premier club competition.

2018-19 Prim A Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Racing Club251762+2757
Defensa y Justicia251582+1553
Boca Juniors251564+2451
River Plate251366+2145
Atlético Tucumán251267+742
Vélez Sarsfield251177+940
Independiente251087+738
Unión (Santa Fe)25997+536
Tigre25997-336
Huracán25988035
Lanús25979-534
Talleres (Córdoba)259610+133
Aldosivi259610-333
Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba259511-732
Newell's Old Boys257810+329
Banfield256118-429
Estudiantes de La Plata257810-429
Gimnasia La Plata258512-1129
Patronato257513-826
Rosario Central256811-1026
San Martín (San Juan)256712-1025
Belgrano (Córdoba)254129-724
San Lorenzo253148-923
Colón (Santa Fe)2541110-1223
San Martín (Tucumán)2541110-1323
Argentinos Juniors255713-1322

RankingsArgentine Superliga

Goal Difference-920th
Goals Scored21Tied-19th
Assists14Tied-16th
Goals Conceded30Tied-17th