BUENOS AIRES - LDU Quito won the South
American Supercup on Wednesday when they held Estudiantes of
Argentina to a 0-0 draw in the second leg for a 2-1 aggregate
The Ecuadorean played the final as holders of the Copa
Sudamericana, the South American equivalent to the Europa
Estudiantes qualified as last year's winners of the
Libertadores Cup, the continent's champions' league, a title
they have already relinquished this year to Brazil's
It is LDU's third international trophy in two years after
they won the Libertadores Cup in 2008.
The match at Quilmes in Buenos Aires was one-sided but
Estudiantes were unable to breach the LDU defence.
In the first
leg, LDU's Argentine striker Hernan Barcos scored both goals
that ultimately won them the title.
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