By Michael Keesling The time to celebrate a win has passed, the celebrations are over and the players are back to work.
But that’s not the case for the football team at Villa Maria.
It is a World Cups final, the second in a row for the Italian club, and there are still some doubts about whether they can beat the mighty Brazil.
After the defeat to the host nation in Brazil, Villa had to settle for a 4-0 defeat at home to lowly San Lorenzo.
The home side managed to win only one of the three matches against the host, and with the goal differential that the match provided, it was not going to be easy for them to beat the two-time champions.
The last time they met was in 2009.
The Nerazzurri were the defending champions and had taken care of the business with ease, winning the first game 3-0 at the San Lorenzo Bernabeu.
A second win in the next four matches was a bit of a miracle and Villa were crowned champions.
There is still a lot of work to be done for the Nerazzu.
They have to play the last three games in La Liga to qualify for the Champions League and also win the Europa League.
The only problem is that they are currently tied with Athletic Bilbao in third place.
The Nerazzurs face another tough test at home against the defending European champions Athletic Billetos.
A win in both matches would guarantee them qualification, but the game against the Spanish champions is even more crucial as the Nerazos have the best defence in the league.
This could prove crucial if the Neras win both games.
The two-game winning streak against the Nerazaos started with a 4th-minute goal from Carlos Rodriguez.
He made a superb one-handed save after an excellent ball from the centre-back, with the keeper unable to clear.
The goal was a crucial moment in the game and a huge boost for the side.
However, after that goal, Villas were able to take the lead.
It came in the 27th minute.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a penalty and the Neroa-Sarri defence was forced to play with three defenders in front of him.
Carlos Rodriguez put a pass into the path of Ricardo Rodriguez who sent the ball past the goalkeeper.
The goalkeeper had no chance to save it as he was not even close to the ball, and the ball flew into the net.
The game was over when the Neracos striker, Sergio Ramos, scored the second goal of the game.
He had been denied by the keeper but it was a very important moment in Villas history.