The fourth round of the 2015 Women's Copa Libertadores is in the books.
The first game saw Ferroviaria of Brazil host Colon of Uruguay. The first few minutes saw the game being played mostly at midfield. The first goal for the Brazilians was scored by Daiane Rodrigues at 32 minutes. Before the break Ana Maria Barrinha and Tabatha Santos increased Ferroviaria's lead to 3-0.
In the 60th minute Rafaela Silva would score the final goal to end the game 4-0.
The next two matches were played simultaneously. Argentine club UAI Urquiza went up against Espuce of Ecuador, while Real Pasión faced the Venezuela's Estudiantes de Guárico.
UAI Urquiza got the win with goals from Paula Ugarte (22') and Victoria Bedine (56'). Karina Pullas got the lone goal for Espuce (90'+2').
Estudiantes de Guárico meanwhile, got its first win against Real Pasión 2-1.
Estudiantes got on the board first in the 13th minute through Karent Balcazar. Before the break Maikerlin Astudillo (43') tied the game.
In the second half Anabel Guzmán scored the game winner for Estudiantes in the 88th minute.
Defending champion Sao José and Paraguay's Cerro Porteño closed the round.
Sao Jose went out in front with a goal from Rita de Cassia (7') and 7 minutes later extended their lead through Michele Gomes. 2-0 was the score when the teams went into the dressing rooms at the half.
At 50 minutes of the second half the match was abandoned by referee Claudia Umpierrez due to heavy rain which prevented the game from going on any further.