It was ecstasy for Flamengo as they scored twice right at the death to beat River Plate 2-1 and lift the Copa Libertadores title.
Rafael Santos Borre scored in the 14th minute for River Plate and it looked like they would successfully defend their title.
But Gabigol remarkably scored twice to ensure the Brazilian side came from a goal behind to snatch victory in style – and potentially set up a FIFA Club World Cup clash against Liverpool.
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Gabigol was the hero for Flamengo as he scored twice at death to win Copa Libertatdores title
Rafael Santos Borre put River Plate 1-0 ahead in the 14th minute with an impressive finish
Borre is mobbed by his team-mates after giving them the perfect start against Flamengo
River Plate players celebrate in front of their jubilant supporters after going ahead early on
River Plate’s Milton Casco attempts to tackle Flamengo winger Everton Ribeiro in the first half
Flamengo supporters cheer their team on before the start of the eagerly-anticipated final
Fans watch the Copa Libertadores final from high up in the mountains on Saturday in Lima
The stunning bird’s eye view of the action from the Copa Libertadores final on the weekend