The South American equivalent of the Champions League wrapped up its season in dramatic fashion. Brazil's Internacional came into the second leg of the final with a one goal advantage over Mexico's Guadalajara Chivas and needed only a draw to secure the second Copa Cup in club history.
In the 42nd minute, Chivas, get on the board first. Omar Bravo and Marco Fabian De la Mora combine with the spectacular play. Chivas on top 1-0, levelling the tie on aggregate just before the break.
In the 61st minute, Internacionale draws even. From the left, Kleber to Rafael Sobis...and he shoots it past Guadalajara goalkeeper Luis Ernesto Michel. Internacional ties the match 1-1 and again leads by one on aggregate.
In the 75th minute, Inter's Leandro Damiao goes on the breakaway. He slotted the ball past Michel to take the score to 2-1 for Internacional
In the 89th minute, Giuliano held off two players before chipping the ball over the keeper. Inter goes 3-1 in the match and three up on aggregate.
Chivas would get one back in the 90th min.
A free kick rebounded off the crossbar to Bravo for the finish.
But a 3-2 score was not enough for Chivas. Internacional is crowned the 2010 Copa Libertadores Champion.