The Spainish Beach soccer team marked their first Copa Lagos appearance with the title as they beat hosts Nigeria 6-5 on Sunday.

The two sides looked impressive but it was Spain who did enough with the help of an Eduard Suarez hatrick.

Nigeria's luck appeared to have reached its end after edging out previous opponents by a loan goal margin.

Morocco secured the third spot earlier in the day with a closely-contested 2-0 win over Lebanon.

Strikes from Ismail El Ouariry and Nassim El Hadaoui did the damage for Morocco who avoid bottom spot, while Lebanon signed off with a third defeat from as many games.

In the club challenge, English champions Arsenal BSC added international silverware to their trophy cabinet with a 9-5 win over Gidi Sharks.

In what was their first competition overseas, Arsenal were inspired by their six-goal captain Aaron Clarke as they claimed the title thanks to their head-to-head record against Kebbi BSC.

Kebbi BSC had earlier kept alive their hopes of lifting the title with a 7-3 win over Pepsi Football Academy, only for their loss to Arsenal to  become its Achilles Heel.

A four-goal haul for Emmanuel Tanko ensured Kebbi 4arned second place, with Gidi Sharks and Pepsi in third and fourth respectively.

Sunday results

16:00 - Pepsi Football Academy 3-8 Kebbi BSC

17:15 - Lebanon 0-2 Morocco

19:00 - Gidi Sharks 5-9 Arsenal BSC

20:15 - Nigeria 5-6 Spain

International Standings 

1st - Spain, 2nd - Nigeria, 3rd - Morocco, 4th - Lebanon

Club Standings

1st: Arsenal BSC, 2nd: Kebbi BSC, 3rd: Gidi Sharks, 4th: Pepsi Football Academy

Individual Awards

MVP:Abu Azeez (NRG)

Best Goalkeeper: Dona (ESP)

Top Scorer: Nassim El Hadaoui (MAR)

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