It was a thrilling finish for the Coroner’s Office as the Premier League champions secured a third straight trophy after a late penalty from Diego Costa.
The win was a great tribute to the resilience of the Corons and their players.
They did what they were asked to do, despite having the flu, and the result was great for the fans and the club.
It was a fitting way to end an amazing season.
It’s a celebration of the resilience, determination and unity of this football club and of the players, who have all contributed to it.
They are all heroes and I hope that their success in the future will be remembered for this way of doing things.
The players were not just in the mood to celebrate the win.
They also wanted to congratulate their fans, who had done them proud in recent months.
The result is a great honour for the club, but the celebrations are also symbolic for the people of Cali, who are the only country in South America without an official state, a federation or any formal club.
The Coronas have been in a state of mourning since the coronavirus outbreak began in January, when they lost striker Fernando Torres to a brain tumour in his knee.
Torres’ death was devastating to the club and fans alike, with the majority of players leaving.
The squad’s mood was also shattered when they learned that Torres had died from the virus.
The following month, Torres’ widow, Carina, said she was ready to leave the club to raise funds for the family.
The club, however, stood by their players, and on November 9, they had a farewell game at the San Mamés stadium, where they had beaten the defending champions Atletico Madrid 2-0.
After the match, the players were all in the crowd, singing their team’s songs and waving flags.
They celebrated Torres’ passing with a victory parade, as the fans sang “Torres, Torres”.
The fans were also singing “Chávez, Chávez” in their honour.
Toros, who scored eight goals for the season, was remembered by the Coronesque song “Torre” as a champion of football.
His legacy continues to be celebrated by the club in a special tribute video, which will be shown on social media after the final whistle.
The video is entitled “Torro, Torro, Torres, Torres”, with the Corona logo on it.
The player’s legacy was also recognised with a special Coronacast, which was aired on TV in Brazil and broadcast on the Corónas TV channel.
The special Corona tribute was hosted by former president Ricardo Teixeira, who has been the Coroni president since 2007.
The footage was broadcast on Coronacs’ television channel on the day the club won the league title.
The game was also watched by hundreds of fans, and by the public at large.
The Coronamas’ fans will be able to watch it in their own time on Corónacast 24.
The new season starts on November 22, when the Coronejas face Real Madrid.