Fluminense Secures Historic Victory

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John Kennedy's stunning goal sealed the first Copa Libertadores win for Fluminense.

Kennedy's goal in extra time etched the Fluminense name in history. His red card for over-exuberant celebration couldn't dampen the euphoria.

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Kennedy of Fluminense

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Under Fernando Diniz's guidance, Fluminense embraced Dinizismo. This approach led them to the pinnacle of South American football.

Experienced players Marcelo and Felipe Melo shed tears of joy after the final whistle. Marcelo's illustrious career now includes both Champions League and Copa Libertadores triumphs.

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Veterans' Emotional Triumph

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Marcelo's emotional journey came full circle with Fluminense's victory. He silenced critics and returned to his boyhood club as a champion.

German Cano's remarkable journey saw him transform from a Boca Juniors fan to Fluminense's top scorer. His 13 goals in the competition played a pivotal role in securing the historic victory.

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Cano's Unlikely Journey

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Fluminense defied age stereotypes with a lineup of seasoned veterans. Despite their years, they prove that age is just a number in the pursuit of greatness.

The Copa Libertadores final culminated in a well-deserved triumph. As the final whistle blew, jubilant celebrations erupted, marking a glorious chapter in the club's history.

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Fluminense Epic Finale