Atlético Mineiro became champion of the Brazilian Super Cup

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Atletico Mineiro champion today of the Brazilian Super Cup with the win against flamingo on penalties (8-7) after the 2-2 draw in the regular 90 minutes.

Ignacio “Nacho” Fernandez he played as a starter in the team led by the Argentine Anthony Mohamedand put Mineiro (PT 42m) ahead, however, Gabriel “Gabigol” Barbosa and Bruno Henriques they made it 2-1 for Flamengo at 11 and 19 minutes of the second half.

Striker Hulk sealed the 2-2 lead with 15 minutes left to force penalties. The series ended 8-7 for Mohamed’s team.

Atlético Mineiro won the Brazilian Super Cup for the first time and ended Flamengo’s streak that won the previous two editions. In addition, Mohamed won his first title at the head of the team since he took office last January.

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