Brazil's Internacional goalkeeper Renan fails to stop the ball kicked by Mexico's Chivas footballer Marco de la Mora during their Libertadores Cup final on August 18, 2010, at Beira Rio stadium in Porto Alegre, Brazil. (Photo by Antonio Scorza/AFP)
PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil (AP)—Rafael Sobis, Leandro and Giuliano scored second-half goals as Internacional defeated Mexico’s Guadalajara 3-2 on Wednesday to win its second Copa Libertadores title.
Brazilian club Internacional had won the first leg 2-1 in Mexico last week and clinched the title in Latin America’s most important club competition 5-3 on aggregate at a packed Beira-Rio stadium.
“We played well in Mexico and we played well here, we deserved to win this title,” Internacional Argentine midfielder Andres D’Alessandro said.