Brazil - Palmeiras and their supporters were celebrating their aggregate 3-1 victory Eight people have been shot dead in greater Sao Paulo during celebrations for the win by local team Palmeiras in the Brazilian Cup final, police say.
Men on motorbikes and in cars drove through the town of Osasco, opening fire in different locations.
Police said the attackers took advantage of the partying to disguise their gunshots.
The victory meant Palmeiras qualified for the Copa Libertadores, South America's top club competition.
The gunmen opened fire indiscriminately in several parts of Osasco, which lies within the Sao
Paulo metropolitan area, police said. Seven people were killed on the spot and one later died in hospital. Another person was injured.
The shootings happened close to bars where drugs are sold, officers said.