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1) Veron plays final home match
Juan Sebastien Veron, formerly of Manchester United and Chelsea, is coming to the end of his career. He plays for boyhood club Estudiantes, and waved goodbye to fans in an emotional farewell in his last home game this weekend. They beat Olimpo 1-0 and naturally Veron provided the assist from a corner for the winner. He plays his final game this weekend.Watch the scenes below in this fan footage, displaying all the streamers and 'gracias' banners supporters brought with them. He plays one more game away to Union next weekend.
2) Leguizamon stuns Boca
Meanwhile in the Argentinean title race Boca Juniors were upset by Arsenal di Sarandi, who are now level with them on points. They were beaten 3-0, and the scorer of two of the goals was Luciano Leguizamon. The striker was one of the last players Boca wanted to see score, he used to play for the club's hated rivals River Plate. Watch his third goal below.
3) Silva scores and celebrates like crazy
We like to balance things out, and Boca Juniors have had some good news in the past week. They won the first leg of the Copa Libertadores semi-final against Universidad de Chile 2-0 on Friday. If the get through the second leg they would face one of two Brazilian clubs, Corinthians or Santos. Santos trail 1-0 from the first leg. You can see Boca's goals below including a clinical strike from Santiago Silva but his passionate celebration is just as good.
4) Juninho hits free-kick stunner
When you think of Juninho Pernambucano, you think of his trademark free-kicks. Age 37, he has still got it. He scored this stunner for Vasco da Gama this weekend to earn a 1-1 draw with Palmeiras. The former Lyon ace puts Beckham in the shade if you ask us.
5) Luis Fabiano scores winner
Luis Fabiano, remember him? Brazil's number one striker at World Cup 2010, a rumoured move to Manchester United never came. Like many compatriots he has left Europe to return home, and now plays for Sao Paulo. He hit the winner against Ronaldinho's new side Atletico Mineiro this weekend. The bad news? He was sent off later in the game after picking up a second yellow card for dissent.
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