PONTIAC, Mich. — Lansdowne Bhoys left no doubt as they made history Saturday night by securing their second national championship within two weeks.

Five players scored to power the Cosmopolitan Soccer League to an emphatic 5-0 victory over CD Montagua to win capture the Werner Fricker Cup at Ultimate Soccer Arenas Saturday night.

On Aug. 5, Lansdowne outlasted Bavarian SC in penalty kicks to capture the Fritz Marth Amateur Cup.

And now a rare second title, not only in the same year, but only weeks apart.

Abdoukarim (Kabo) Danso recorded the shutout Saturday night.

Kele played a role in the first two goals. His cross set up Jean Voltaire’s header in the 20th minute to lift Lansdowne to a 1-0 lead before Kele doubled the lead off a Daryl Kavanagh feed five minutes into the second half.

Captain Sean Kelly made it 3-0 several minutes later, putting home a Lukas Zarges corner kick.

Kavanagh wrote his name on the scoresheet, converting a Joseph Lopez pass for a four-goal lead before Paco Navarro scored off a Jonathan Okafor assist to finish off the scoring.