PORTO ALEGRE (Brazil) (AFP) Internacional on Wednesday won the Copa Libertadores for the second time in their history after beating Mexicos Chivas de Guadalajara 3-2 in the second leg of the final. The Brazilian side had already prevailed 2-1 in the away leg on August 11, giving them a 5-3 aggregate victory in the deciding tie of South Americas most prestigious club tournament. Inter, who won their first title in 2006, will now compete in the FIFA World Club Cup in the United Arab Emirates in December, when European champions Inter Milan will be one of their opponents. As in the first leg, it was Chivas who struck first in Wednesdays game, with midfielder Marco Fabians bicycle kick breaking the deadlock two minutes before half-time after sustained pressure from the Mexican side. Inter attacked from the off in the second half though and drew level on 61 minutes through Rafael Sobis. Celso Roths men moved ahead on the night in the 76th minute when Leandro Damiao scored after striding forward from midfield. Chivass hopes of a comeback received a blow when Omar Arellano was sent off in the 85th minute, and Giuliano wrapped up Inters triumph with an individual goal three minutes from time. Patricio Araujo claimed a consolation for Chivas in the last minute, after Adolfo Bautistas free-kick had bounced back off the crossbar. The opposing sides clashed after the final whistle, forcing armed police to intervene, but there was no dampening the spirits of the Inter fans, who celebrated long into the night.