Gabriel Barbosa helped Santos continue their strong form in the Copa Libertadores, while Atletico Nacional won comfortably on Tuesday. Gabriel, on loan from Inter, opened the scoring in Santos' 2-0 win over Estudiantes in Sao Paulo. Returning from suspension, Gabriel got on the end of a long pass from Jonathan Copete before finishing clinically just before half-time. Santos doubled their lead early in the second half, Lucas Verissimo heading in a Jean Mota set-piece. The win moved Santos onto nine points in Group 6, five clear of second-placed Estudiantes. Santos FC vence a Estudiantes 2-0 y encamina su pase a octavos de la #CONMEBOLLibertadores 2018 pic.twitter.com/DNlmz3k2mD — CONMEBOL.com (@CONMEBOL) April 25, 2018 Atletico Nacional cruised to a comfortable 4-1 win over Bolivar in Group 2 in Medellin. Gonzalo Castellani scored a scrappy opener before Atletico struck twice after the half-hour mark, Vladimir Hernandez and Dayro Moreno putting away rebounds. While Marcos Riquelme tapped in a goal for Bolivar shortly after half-time, Moreno sealed Atletico's win. Atlético Nacional de Medellín superó 4-1 a Bolívar y quedó muy cerca de pasar a octavos de la #CONMEBOLLibertadores 2018. pic.twitter.com/FltOzmbtZI — CONMEBOL.com (@CONMEBOL) April 25, 2018 The Colombian side made it three wins in four in Group 2, moving four points clear of Bolivar. In Group 7, a brace from Carlos Sierra helped Deportivo Lara edge Millonarios 2-1.