SA Betesporte won the League of the Americas this Sunday afternoon (06). The competition took place in Santiago, Chile, and the Brazilian team and Chilean Jerry’s were the finalists. The game was completely dominated by Betesporte, who won by 7-2 and raised an international trophy for the second time that year, since they had won the Pacific Cup at the beginning of the year.
The score was opened early in the game, in a quick counter-attack and completed by Everton. At 5 minutes, it was already 2-0 in favor of Betesporte, with a goal from the best player in the world Kelven. Ugarte made Jerry's first in the 8th minute. Before the half time, Jefferson extended the Brazilian team's lead to 3-1.
The second half continued with broad control by SA Betesporte. Jefferson scored another goal, advancing alone on the left side of the field and shooting crosswise. Luis Pacheco scored Jerry's second right after. But, with two goals from Flávio and one from Leonardo, Betesporte secured the title of the competition.
See how the match went: