Club America won their 11th Mexican league title when they overturned a 1-0 deficit from the first leg of their Liga MX Clausura final against Cruz Azul to eventually win the tie outright on penalties on Sunday evening - though that only tells half the story.
Trailing 1-0 from the first-leg, Club America's hopes of clawing their way back into the Clausura final were severely dented when they found themselves both a man down and a further goal down against Cruz Azul within 20 minutes of the second leg.
Indeed, the aggregate score was still 2-0 to Cruz Azul when the clock ticked over into the final minute of the match. Then the unthinkable happened.
Firstly, Club America pulled a consolation goal back through Aquivaldo Mosquera, who headed in a 89th-minute corner to give his side the faintest flicker of hope. Then, a full four minutes later, Club America threw everyone forward when yet another late corner provided the perfect opportunity for one last cavalry charge.
They needed a hero, and that man was goalkeeper Moises Muñoz, who stretched every fibre of his being to get his head on the looping cross and somehow steer (via a deflection) the ball past his opposite number and into the Cruz Azul net with the last touch of normal time...
Having levelled the aggregate score at 2-2 (away goals don't count), a goalless 30 minutes of extra time then passed by before the final went to penalties, with Club America eventually winning the shootout 4-2 and thus securing their 11th Liga MX title in the process.
It's fair to say that their coach, Miguel Herrera, was fairly pleased with the outcome...
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