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Sun, 05 Feb 2017 10:26 - Updated Sun, 05 Feb 2017 10:26

Football: 1º de Agosto win Super Cup

Luanda - With an early goal scored by Geraldo, 1º de Agosto won the Angolan Super Cup on Saturday with victory over Recreativo do Libolo in the first game of the season, played at Coqueiros Stadium in Luanda.

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1º de Agosto win first trophy of the season (file)

Photo: ANTONIO ESCRIVAO

The athlete who came from Brazil in 2016 to reinforce the "military" team scored the single goal of the match in 4 minutes, at a time when his club had superiority on the field over the opponents.

Bosnian coach Dragan Jovic could not coach the team due to the death of his wife.

1º de Agosto (national champions) have already won this trophy on seven occasions, against two of their opponents (holders of Angola Cup).

Recreativo do Libolo were trophy holders.

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