The rout suffered by Athletico is one of the biggest suffered by Brazilians in the history of Libertadores
Athletico went to Bolivia and faced The Strongest, for Libertadores da América. At altitude, it was thrashed by 5 to 0. The result caused coach Fàbio Carille to be fired, just 21 days after arriving in Curitiba.
The result also characterizes one of the biggest defeats suffered by Brazilian teams in the history of Libertadores. The columnist of UOLRodolfo Rodrigues, compiled a compilation of the most elastic scores involving Brazilian teams in the history of the continental tournament.
In the case of Hurricane, it was the second time they suffered a defeat by 5 to 0. The first was in 2002, against América de Cali, in Colombia. The survey also considered matches between Brazilian teams. In this case, Grêmio and Santos were thrashed by Flamengo 5-0 over the dozens of Libertadores editions.
See the list of the biggest hits
0 x 5 for América de Cali-COL (away) – 3/27/2002
0 x 5 for The Strongest-BOL (outside) – 5/4/2002
0 x 5 for Independiente del Valle-EQU (away) – 9/17/2020
0 x 5 for Flamengo (away) – 10/23/2019
0 x 5 for Gremio (away) – 7/26/1995
0 x 5 for Flamengo (home) – 4/20/1984