Dunga pays tribute to father after Internacional's Taça Piratini win
Internacional coach Dunga dedicated their Taça Piratini win over São Luiz to his father who was also a legend in the region.
The Taça Piratini winners swept aside a poor São Luiz side, scoring five goals without reply, the best of which came from Leandro Damião who curled in a majestic strike from the edge of the box.
Dunga recalled memories of his footballing family and their success in the region: "My father was top scorer at Ijuí. We had a great win here, we play for those who we like. And my family likes me. It was a gift to them."
Dunga Sr. was the region's top scorer with 155 goals and Dunga moved to pay tribute to the man, who passed away last year.
The coach also praised his players for their performance, but was also keen to commend the opposition for their effort.
"The score didn't reflect the game. We wanted to win, we kept the concentration and finished well when we had the opportunity.
"The victory came in our ability to score and not letting the opponent play."