Carlos Tevez inspires Boca Juniors to Argentine league title03 November 2015 BBC Online
Argentina striker Carlos Tevez has inspired Boca Juniors to the Argentine Primera Division championship, his eighth league title in four countries.
Tevez re-signed for Boca in June after winning titles in Brazil, England and Italy with Corinthians, Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus.
Boca won 11 of 14 matches after the 31-year-old returned to his boyhood club.
"I've won championships in many places but nothing compares with this," said Tevez, who also played for West Ham.
Boca were crowned champions with a match to spare as they beat Tigre 1-0 on Sunday.
After Tevez, who has 74 caps for his country, helped Boca claim the 2003 title, he had a league-winning spell with Corinthians.
A high-profile transfer to England with West Ham followed in the summer of 2006, before the forward moved on to Manchester United, Manchester City, and then Serie A side Juventus.
With United he won two Premier League titles and the Champions League, there was a third league crown with City, before he helped Juve lift the 2013 and 2014 Scudetto in Italy.