Niko’s ‘scissors’ present Atletico Baroness with second South American Cup title | Football | Sports

‘Furaco’ defeated Red Bull Pragandino in the Brazilian final at the centenary celebrations of Montevideo.

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Atletico Paranaense became the 2021 champions of the South American Cup 2021, beating Red Bull Pragandino 1-0 in Montevideo this Saturday to become the first Brazilian team to win the tournament twice.

Niko scored the only goal of the match in the 28th minute at Centenario Stadium, where less than 20,000 spectators were mostly distributed at the Olympic Tribune, the largest on the legendary stage, due to low ticket sales.

However, fans of ‘Furacão’, the vast majority, and those who painted most of the stands in red and black, felt themselves with palms and perpetually inspiring slogans, which added a lot of color to the sunny and hot Uruguay spring day.

Dressed in white, some of the ‘Torcidores’ of Bracandino who fought to the end of the eleventh could not see their team capture the trophy for the first time in their short history.

With the acquisition of ‘The Great Conquest’, Baroness repeats the title he already holds in 2018.

On the same Uruguay stage, they will face Copa Libertadores Palmeiras next Saturday in the final of defending champions Flamenco. (D)

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