Brazil outfit São Paulo have been going through a rough patch in recent years and the South American club have now ended their wait for a trophy.
They managed to win the prestigious Brazilian cup against Flamengo a few days ago and former Tottenham attacker Lucas Moura helped them end their weight for silverware. The last time they won a title was back in 2012 when Lucas Moura helped them on the Copa Sudamericana.
The Brazilian left Tottenham at the end of last season and decided to return to his boyhood club and help them win trophies.
He was certainly overjoyed with the trophy win and his emotions were running high after helping his boyhood club end their 11-year trophy drought.
Videos have now surfaced showcasing his passionate celebrations after the win.
Moura will certainly be delighted with his decision to return to his boyhood club, and he will look to lead them to more silverware in the coming seasons.
Lucas Moura is brought to tears after ending his boyhood club’s 11-year trophy drought 🏆🇧🇷
Look what it means to him ❤️ pic.twitter.com/R10h4SOfLD
— SPORTbible (@sportbible) September 26, 2023