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Copa Libertadores: Flamengo beat River Plate with two late goals

Since Flamengo came from a goal down to beat River Plate and win his first Copa Libertadores title gabriel Barbosa scored twice at a final five minutes.
After house swept to the joy of the River fans inside the Estadio Monumental in Lima the Brazilian giants were second best for much of the game.
The Colombian was inches away from making it 2-0 with a sweet strike from 25 yards out.
Until the equaliser, Flamengos best chances came in the space of a couple moments protagonist Franco Armani up held Everton Ribeiros follow and when Barbosa had a shot blocked.
Then came the fightback. Barbosa timed his run to run in Bruno Henriques square chunk before the striker on loan from Inter Milan turned and twisted the defence in the penalty box to play at a 92nd-minute winner.
There was still time to get two cards in the final seconds, using Exequiel Palacios sent off for kicking Bruno Henrique before the two-goal hero of Flamengo was sent off for amusing applause, while he had been on the ground.
The final of the largest club football competition, which began life in 1960 of South America, was transferred into the Peruvian city because of unrest from the funding of Chile from Santiago.
This is the first time since 1988 the championship was determined at a game.
Supporters from both sides busy its streets in their tens of thousands with reports stating some River lovers travelled the 2,500 kilometers away from Buenos Aires to Lima by buses supplied by the club.
If they both reach the final on 21 December flamengo have qualified for its 2019 Fifa Club World Cup and will face European champions Liverpool.

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