Final Copa Libertadores vs. Boca: how to attack Boca Micro and what are the players


Stones, tear gas and broken glass.

At the Copa Libertadores Final, scheduled for Saturday, there was no football.

Instead, there were several violent events, including the insect followers attack on a bus where Boca players traveled.

Police were missing and controversial to many athletes they were injured.

This led to the South American Football Association (Conmebol) by delaying the meeting twice and ultimately canceling it.

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

"Call the doctor!"

Boca players went to Monumental to start the match between high expectations.

But as they traveled to Buenos Aires in the Núñez district, River fans focused on the street and started throwing all sorts of objects in the xeneize car.

In many social networking videos, you can see fans launch bottles that appear to be stones, causing several microcrystals to break.

The police were missing and used tear gas, and this stuff also affected the passengers on the bus, according to the Argentine press.

"The police were overwhelming," Boca's manager César Martucci told Fox Sports Argentina.


In a video published on the Internet – and Instagram shared by Boca's doctor Jorge Batista – you can see how the attack is over the inside microphone.

Players start singing until they begin to hear the beats and the environment radically changes.

"Doctor! Call your doctor!", they start to scream.

"Bocan Microl did not need custody, I feel bad about everything that happened" River Plate, Rodolfo D & Onofrio told Fox Sports Argentina.

Cuts and vomiting

Several Boca players were injured after what happened and this led to the match It had to be canceled this Saturday.

According to the Argentine media and the Efe Agency, the injured are Captain Pablo Pérez and his comrades Gonzalo Lamardo, Carlos Tevez and Agustín Almendra.


Obviously, they suffer from the eyes, vomit, and even cut the skin.

In particular, Captain Boca, Pablo Pérez and young goalkeeper Gonzalo Lamardo appeared in one of the eye-catching eyelids in the local press's photographs.

Almond suffered several cuts in the body and Tevez he ruptured several times in the dressing room, as a result of the pepper spray, sources near the club told Efe.

Judgment messages before the event soon appeared.

Among them, Gabriel Batistuta, The Argentine national team's historic goalkeeper and River Plate and former Boca Juniors.

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