In November, 71 members of the Chapecoense soccer club died in a plane crash. Director of football Rui Costa is tasked with putting the team back together again.
Before today's game, the three surviving players hoisted up the Copa Sudamericana.
Although they don't list the cause of the crash, the Bolivian government is officially blaming the pilot and the airline in a new report.
It's the kind of story that takes you out of the context of the sport, and, in the words of former Chapecoense player Gabriel, makes you want to not "leave for tomorrow what you can do today."
Gabriel played in the same league as Chapecoense and knew some of the players and coaches who died in the plane crash on Monday.
An aircraft carrying a Brazilian football team goes down in Colombia, killing 76.
Chapecoense were travelling to Medellin for the final of the Copa Sudamericana, before their plane came down outside the Colombian city with up to 76 passengers killed.