Brazilian soccer club Flamengo on Saturday afternoon defeated its Argentinean counterpart River Plate (2-1) to become Copa Libertadores champion in Peru's capital city of Lima.
The first goal was made by River Plate's Rafael Santos Borre (14th minute), whereas Gabriel 'Gabigol' Barbosa scored twice (89th; 92nd minute) for Mengao to win the tournament.
The event took place at Lima's Ate Monumental Stadium.
This was the first one-game final in 60 years of Conmebol
history, and the second time the Copa Libertadores top match had to move from one place to another.
Flamengo: Diego Alves; Rafinha, Pablo Mari, Rodrigo Caio, Filipe Luis; Willian Arao, Gerson – Giorgian De Arrascaeta, Everton Ribeiro, Bruno Henrique; Gabriel Barbosa (red card). Coach: Jorge Jesus.
River Plate: Franco Armani; Gonzalo Montiel, Lucas Martinez Quarta, Javier Pinola, Milton Casco; Enzo Perez, Exequiel Palacios (red card), Ignacio Fernandez, Nicolas de la Cruz; Rafael Santos Borre; Matias Suarez. Coach: Marcelo Gallardo.