"I never asked for a match," said FIFA Chairman Gianni Infantino – Télam


At the same time, the highest official in the world football team explained to La Nación that he did not threaten both clubs with "disciplinary sanctions if the match did not happen because all decisions were passed through Conmebol and not through FIFA."

"I want to make it clear because a bunch of bad rumors are being broadcast in the media, so I can not ask at any time to play the game," warned FIFA's head.

In this way, Infantino denied the words of President Platten Rodolfo D'Onofrio who had previously indicated that the owner of FIFA had told his Boca, Daniel Angelici, that he had to play the game.

Infantino also did little before he would take up this afternoon's return to Switzerland (soon returning to Buenos Aires on Friday for a marketing debate at the G20 presidential meeting) that "violence can not be fought in football" and he will ratify everything for "Conmebol and its president Alejandro Dominguez."


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