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The following article presents a summary of the 1998-99 football season in Venezuela. Contents 1 Torneo Apertura ("Opening" Tournament) 1.1 Top Scorers 2 Torneo Clausura ("Closing" Tournament) 2.1 Top Scorers 3 "Championship" playoff 4 Aggregate Table 5 Venezuela national team 5.1 Notes 6 References // Torneo Apertura ("Opening" Tournament) This section requires expansion. Top Scorers This section requires expansion. Torneo Clausura ("Closing" Tournament) This section requires expansion. Top Scorers This section requires expansion. "Championship" playoff This section requires expansion. Aggregate Table This section requires expansion. Venezuela national team Date Venue Opponents Score Comp Venezuela scorers Fixture [1] 1999-01-27 Estadio José Pachencho Romero Maracaibo, Venezuela  Denmark 1 - 1 F [2] Rey  65' 152 [3] 1999-02-03 Estadio José Pachencho Romero Maracaibo, Venezuela  Argentina 0 - 2 F 153 1999-03-30 Estadio José Pachencho Romero Maracaibo, Venezuela  Colombia 0 - 0 F 154 1999-03-30 Estadio Nacional Caracas, Venezuela  Colombia 1 - 1 F García  65' 155 1999-05-19 Estadio Reales Tamarindos Portoviejo, Ecuador  Ecuador 0 - 2 [4] F Urdaneta  8'  56' 156 1999-06-15 Estadio Pueblo Nuevo San Cristóbal, Venezuela  Ecuador 3 - 2 F Rey  48' García  90' Morán  93' 157 1999-06-20 Estadio Misael Delgado Valencia, Venezuela  Peru 3 - 0 F Tortolero  28' Rey  41' De Ornelas  62' 158 1999-06-23 Estadio Nacional Lima, Peru  Peru 3 - 0 F 159 1999-06-30 Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi Ciudad del Este, Paraguay  Brazil 6 - 0 CA99 [5] 160 1999-07-03 Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi Ciudad del Este, Paraguay  Chile 3 - 0 CA99 161 1999-07-06 Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi Ciudad del Este, Paraguay  Mexico 3 - 1 CA99 Urdaneta  72' 162 Notes ^ according to the RSSSF-list on http://www.rsssf.com/tablesv/venez-intres.html ^ F = Friendly match ^ Venezuela didn't play a single international match in the year 1998 after having finished in ninth and last place in the 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification in South America. ^ First win for Venezuela since defeating Costa Rica (2-0) in a friendly on 1996-10-02 in Barinas ^ 1999 Copa América match References (Spanish) Venezuelan Football Federation (English) RSSSF (English) National Team Results v • d • e 2009–10 Primera División Venezolana teams Aragua · Atlético El Vigía · Carabobo · Caracas · Centro Italo Venezolano · Deportivo Anzoátegui · Deportivo Lara · Deportivo Italia · Deportivo Táchira · Estudiantes de Mérida · Llaneros · Mineros de Guayana · Monagas · Real Esppor · Trujillanos · Yaracuyanos · Zamora · Zulia