Go Corinthians! Go to the streets, go to the embrace of the fan who loves you, go to the podium, will raise the cup you dreamed so much ... It will cross the world. Go to Japan!
Cassio, Alessandro, Chicão, Leandro Castán, Fábio Santos, Ralf, Paulinho, Alex, Danilo, Jorge Henrique, Emerson, Julio Cesar, Danilo Fernandes, Welder, Marquinhos, Wallace, Ramón, Willian Aaron, Ramirez, Douglas, Romarinho, Gilsinho, Willian, Elton, Liedson and Tite. Names that will not appear in history books, but will be forever within the hearts and memories of millions of people, who will teach their children and grandchildren who they were, and what was July 4, 2012 for the Corinthian nation. The day of liberation. The Liberators Day.
The 2-0 win at Pacaembu on Wednesday night over the gigantic Boca Juniors of traditions and glory of six South American titles makes the unprecedented achievement even more gigantic. And more: unbeaten, something that only a Brazilian team had achieved - Santos de Pelé, in 1963. The Libertadores Cup, finally, has a Corinthians plate.
The final triumph over the Argentines sealed the campaign with identity. From a team without a star, that was not scared by adverse scores, traditional rivals or players on the other side. She didn't push herself for anything and found the balance (Tite's idolized word) between fighting every inch of the grass for the Libertadores without treating her like an otherworldly championship.
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28 Mar 2020