Tuesday , December 1 2020

Finale Copa Libertadores vs. Boca: How was the attack on Micro Boca and who were the affected players

Stones, tear gas and broken glass.

In the final meeting of Copa Libertadores, scheduled for this Saturday, there was no football.

Instead, there were several cases of violence, including the attack of the river's followers on the bus where the Boca players traveled.

The police intervened in the dispute and several athletes they were injured,

This led to the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol), which delayed the meeting twice and eventually canceled it.

It is expected to be held on Sunday at 5:00 local time.

– Call a doctor!

Between the big expectations, the bus with the Boca players headed for Monumental to start the game.

But as they pass through the Núñez neighborhood in Buenos Aires, river fans have focused on the street and started throwing anything in the xeneize car.

In multiple videos broadcast from social networks, you can see the fans that appear bottles that look like stones, resulting in the destruction of several microcrystals.

Police intervened and used tear gas, and this substance also affected players who were traveling on the bus, according to the Argentine press.

"The police are overwhelmed," said Cosaar Martuci, Boca Manager, for Fox Sports Argentina.


In a video, also posted on the internet – and shared by Jorge Batista, Doctor of Boca, Instagram – you can see how the attack lived inside microphone,

Players first appear until they hear a hit, and the environment changes radically.

– Doctor! Get a doctor!", they start screaming.

"Boca's microbe did not need custody, I feel very bad about everything that happened," said River Plate Rodolfo D'Onofrio, president of Fox Sports Argentina.

Cutting and vomiting

Several players from Boca were injured after the incident and this led to the match This had to be canceled this Saturday.

According to information from the Argentine media and the Efe agency, the victims are Captain Pablo Perez and his comrades Gonzalo Lamardo, Carlos Tevez and Agustín Almendra.


Apparently they have suffered eye damage, vomiting and even skin cuts.

In particular, Boca's captain, Pablo Peres and youth goalkeeper Gonzalo Lamardo appeared with eye-catching eye-catching eyes on photographs produced by the local press.

The Almond, on the other hand, has borne a few cuts in the body and Tevez he vomited several times in the dressing room, resulting in pepper spray, sources close to the club, told Efe.

The messages of condemnation immediately appeared before what happened.

Among them Gabriel Batistuta, the national goal of the Argentine national team and former player of River Plate and Boca Juniors.


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