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Medellín ends Sao Paulo unbeaten streak

Apr 16 -- Independiente Medellín of Colombia scored two first half goals to beat Sao Paulo 2-1 and end the Brazilian club's unbeaten run in the Copa Libertadores on Wednesday and move clear in second place of Group 4.

Medellín ends Sao Paulo unbeaten streak

With Sao Paulo already qualified for the last 16, coach Muricy Ramalho left out nine first team regulars, including goalkeeper and captain Rogerio Ceni, who has a broken ankle.

Bolivian striker Diego Cabrera fired into the corner of the net for Medellin in the 17th minute and Rafael Castillo increased the lead in the 26th when he converted a Luis Carlos Arias pass.

Andre Lima pulled a goal back for Sao Paulo after 39 minutes off a pass from Dagoberto.
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