Nigerian club Enyimba beat Etoile Sahel of Tunisia 5-3 on penalties to win the African Champion's League for the second successive year running.
The two teams ended the game with a aggregate score of 3-3 after Etoile won the first leg 2-1, while Enyimba won yesterday's match 2-1.
Substitute goalkeeper Dele Aiyenugba was the hero of the day for the Nigerian team as he saved brilliantly from Sabeur Ben Frej.
Fellow keeper Vincent Enyeama, who was taken off a minute before the end of the game to allow penalty specialist Aiyenugba to come on, had scored the first goal of the match, from the penalty spot.
Benin international Mouri Ogunbiyi increased Enyimba's advantage with a goal in the 53rd minute, however, Etoile Sahel were not finished and levelled the aggregate scores when Zouaghi scored with a header.
Enyimba had some late chances in the match, but were not able to convert them into goals, causing the match to go into penalties, which they won 5-3.
Enyimba are the first team to have won back to back titles since 1968, when DRC club TP Mazembe won it twice in a row.