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Flamengo wins the Libertadores Cup

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Mister Jorge Jesus’s Flamengo was losing with River Plate but in dramatic end, wins 2-1.

The Libertadores Cup final was played in Lima’s Peru Capital, and it started to smile at River who soon opened the scoring against a nervous Flamengo.

River’s Rafael Borre scored on 14 minutes following a better start from the Argentines, who in the first half were superior, reaching the half time winning.

In the second half, Flamengo began to react to the result, balancing the match, and at 89 minutes, the usual suspect, Gabigol, scored, after Bruno Henrique’s pull, Arrascaeta received the ball and put to Gabigol that did not fail.

While Flamengo fans were still celebrating the draw, River’s regreting the goal, that would make them play an extra time, Gabigol comes in with a clear shot to mark the victory goal, leaving Argentine fans to astonish, whit there misfortune, while the Brazilians, at the stadium, in Brazil and around the world, exploded with joy.

Flamengo wins the Libertadores Cup for the second time, the first time in 1981, causing the fans to frenzy. Already for the Portuguese coach is his first major international conquest, having been in finals for Benfica, but failed to win.

This will surely be an achievement that both Jorge Jesus, the players and fans of Flamengo will not forget, in a week that can also become a champion’s.

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