Colo Colo win Chile championship

SANTIAGO - Colo Colo were crowned Chilean champions when they came from a goal down after 25 seconds to beat Universidad Catolica 4-2 in the second leg of the Clausura final for a 6-4 aggregate victory on Wednesday.

Argentine coach Hugo Tocalli's team were stunned by midfielder Rodrigo Valenzuela's goal virtually from the kickoff but two strikes by Chile international Esteban Paredes helped the "Chieftains" turn the tie their way.

Colo Colo, one of Chile's most popular teams and the only one to have lifted the South American Libertadores Cup in 1991, took their tally of league titles to a record 29. Universidad de Chile have 13 and Catolica nine.