Copa Libertadores: Corinthians win first game behind closed doors
Corinthians secured a routine 2-0 win over Colombians Millionarios in their first match behind closed doors after fans were barred over the tragic death of a 14-year-old.
Conmebol ordered the club to play their next two matches without the presence of their fans but it wasn't long before Paolo Guererro opened the scoring.
The Peruvian pounced on a loose ball in the box to tuck away Corinthians' first and they continued to create chances against a poor Millionarios side.
Corinthians eventually increased their lead in the second half as Alexandre Pato turned in Ralf's cross for the second of the evening to secure all three points.
The club now go second in Group ! with four points from the first two game, with Mexico's Tijuana leading the table.
Millionarios are rooted to the bottom with no wins in either of their first two games.