In a week full of penalty shootouts, who was the best player of the week in the CONMEBOL Sudamericana?

7 matches, 7 players named Best Of The Match, and 4 finalists to be named the best of the week

 

Another week of CONMEBOL Sudamericana action is in the books, with 7 teams securing their spot in the Second Round. It was a week full of penalty shootouts, with 5 of the 7 matches played ending in spot kicks. Now comes the time to elect the best player of the week's action.

The four finalists are made up of two attackers and two goalkeepers. Tomás Sandoval of Colón de Santa Fe scored twice, once via the backheel, to send his side into the second round. Alejandro Cabeza opened the scoring for Independiente del Valle in their success against Uníon. The Unión Española goalkeeper Diego Sánchez did everything, saving and scoring penalties in his side's shootout win. And finally, Diego Novoa the La Equidad goalkeeper, who saved a penalty impressively to eliminate Independiente F.B.C. 



Tomás Sandoval,Colón's goalscorer



Diego Novoa, goalkeeping talisman of La Equidad



Alejandro Cabeza,Independiente del Valle's key man



Diego Sánchez, man of the match and star of penalties


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