Costa do Sol beat UD Songo 6 5 on penalties on Sunday, 2 February 2020 to win the Mozambican Super Cup.
The encounter ended one-all in regulation time with Malawian Stephen Gretto Seameh (12′) opening the score for Costa do Sol, a lead which lasted till the end of the first half.
In the second half, UD Songo, winners of the Mozambican Cup, restored parity on 68 minutes through Frank Banda, forcing the game to penalties.
During penalties, Costa do Sol scored 6 kicks against five from Songo. The feat took Costa do Sol’s tally in the Mozambican Super to nine titles.
Nacir Armando (Head Coach, UD Songo)
It was a good game. We did not do well in the first quarter of the match and we suffered a goal as a result of a positioning mistake. Penalties is by chance, mostly by chance.
Rogerio Goncalves (Head Coach, Costa do Sol)
I am happy with this trophy and I am happy with my players. We could have solved the score during the game, but we missed most of opportunities we had. We deserved to win.
Source: Confederation Africaine de Football (CAF)