Ponte Preta take surprise 3-1 advantage into second leg of their their Copa Sudamericana semi-final with São Paulo.
Paulo Henrique Ganso gave the hosts a 21st minute lead in the first leg with a thumping effort from outside the area, but they couldn't hold onto that lead until half-time as Sao Paulo defender Antônio Carlos agonisingly turned the ball into his own net.
It was all down hill from there for The Richest as Ponte Preta took the lead nine minutes into the second half with Leonardo tapping home, before they scored a decisive third thanks to a deflected Uendel strike.
Uendel (L) celebrates his goal (Getty Images)
Ponte Preta have never progressed this far in continental competition before and there'll be a superb atmosphere at the Estádio Vail Chaves as they look to secure a place in the final against either Lanús or Libertad.
Supporters of Sao Paulo cheer their team (Getty Images)
It wasn't quite the night Sao Paulo's Rogerio Ceni expected meanwhile, as he tied Pele’s mark for most appearances at a Brazilian club in his 1,115th game in goal. The 40-year old keeper made his debut in 1993 and has scored 113 times for his side (with free kicks and penalties), more than any other goalkeeper.
The Copa Sudamericana semi-final first leg wasn't quite the celebratory occasion Rogerio Ceni was expecting (Getty Images)
Ceni has three Brazilian league titles, two Copa Libertadores crowns and one FIFA Club World Cup medal to his name though, so won't be giving up on the tie just yet.
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