[UNDER-20 WORLD CUP] A hat trick from Oscar gave Brazil a 3-2 overtime win over Brazil for its fifth Under-20 World Cup
title, matching its haul in the World Cup and giving it only one less than the record six U-20 championships won by archrival Argentina.
Oscar's winner in Bogota came in the 111th minute when his shot from the right was tipped by Portugal keeper Mika off the woodwork before going in.
"This really makes us happy," Brazil coach Ney Franco said, "because now we have matched the record of the senior team."
Oscar's teammate, Henrique, won the adidas Golden Ball as the tournament's top player and adidas Golden Boot as the leading scorer (five goals and three assists).
Nelson Oliveira, who set up Alex with Portugal's first goal and scored the second one in the final himself, took the Silver Ball.
Mexico followed up on its Under-17 World Cup title with third place at the Under-20 World Cup, beating France, 3-1, in Saturday's consolation match.
Ulises Davila, Bronze Ball winner Jorge Enriquez and Edson Rivera scored for Mexico.
The final day of play drew 36,058 fans at Bogota's El Campin, another strong turnout for a tournament was a popular success even after the elimination of the host country in the quarterfinals.