Carlos Tevez solo strike against Gimnasia y Esgrima on Sunday was all Boca Juniors needed to win the Argentine league title.
After receiving the following some swift move by Boca, the former Manchester United man pulled a fierce drive from 20 yards in the 72nd minute to give his side the needed victory.
The victory at La Bombonera, coupled with River Plate’s 1-1 draw at Atletico Tucuman, meant Boca claimed the Superliga Argentina title by a single point over their fiercest rivals.
The goal showed once again the predatory instincts of the 36-year-old who joined United in August 2007 from West Ham United. The Argentine helped the Red Devils win the Premier League and Champions League double in his first season at Old Trafford.
He then helped the Red Devils retain the league title the following season before taking the unusual step of moving across to the blue half of the city where he spent four seasons.
Despite a falling out with City manager Roberto Mancini, Tevez played a major role in the run-in as the Citizens won their breakthrough Premier League title in 2012.