Auckland City have won a fifth-straight Oceania Champions League football title in dramatic fashion after edging Team Wellington 4-3 in a penalty shootout.
The Navy Blues took the lead inside the first 15 minutes in Suva, after striker Joao Moreira converted from the penalty spot.
Wellington grew into the match and finally found an equaliser in the 79th minute when Ian Hogg smashed home from a Cole Peverley free-kick, to send the match to extra time.
Tempers flared as Hogg conceded a penalty with nine minutes remaining and teammate Chris Bale was sent off in the resulting fracas but Michael O-Keeffe dived to his right to palm Darren White's spot kick wide, and send the game to a shootout.
Luis Corrales and Angel Berlanga had their spot kicks saved, while Auckland and Wellington traded three penalties to send it to sudden death after four.
Ian Hogg then blasted his effort over the crossbar and Daewook Kim stepped up to ensure Auckland City a place in the FIFA Club World Cup in Japan in December.