"That is why I always say I have the best team of the Uruguayan league, said Ramos."
Montevideo, June 9 - Danubio were crowned Uruguay's First Division league champions after defeating Wanderers on penalties.

In a hard-fought and exciting game Sunday, Danubio, coached by Leonardo Ramos, scored a goal a late on taking the match into penalties, reports Xinhua.

Wanderers, led by Alfredo Arias, were just two minutes away from becoming champions.

Ramos said he was happy to become a champion adding that this is the most beautiful thing that has ever happened to me (as a coach).

I called the youngest players in the club, who are very good players, said Ramos.

That is why I always say I have the best team of the Uruguayan league, said Ramos.

This is Danubio's fourth championship after 1988, 2004, 2006-2007.


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