Stones, tear gas and broken glass.
On Saturday, the Copa Libertadores final, There was no football
Instead, there were several incidents of violence, including the Boca players who were traveling on the River Followers bus.
The police intervened in front of several athletes they were wounded.
This led the South American Confederation of Football (Conmebol) twice to delay and finally suspended it.
It will take place on Sunday 5:00 local time.
"Call the doctor!"
Among the great expectations that emerged, Boca players went to the Bus to begin the game.
But while passing through the neighborhood of Núñez de Buenos Aires, fans came on the street and thrown all sorts of objects into the vehicle.
In videos that are broadcasted on social networks, you can watch fan launches The bottles for collecting stones were broken by many microhrists.
The police used and used gas tear, and this substance also affected the buses in the bus, according to the Argentine press.
"The police were overwhelmed," César Martucci, director Boca, said Fox Sports Argentina.
A video posted on the Internet – and Jorge Batista, Boca's doctor, shared on Instagram – can see how the attack was alive inside mike.
The first players sing to hear the punches until the art and the environment change completely.
"A doctor! Call your doctor!"They start to scream.
"When Boca Mikro did not have to watch, I felt very bad about everything that happened," said Rodolfo Plate, president Rodolfo Onofriori Fox Sports Argentina.
Cuts and vomiting
Several Boca players wounded after the match and brought the match He had to cancel Saturday.
According to data from the media in Argentina and Efe, the wounded are Pablo Pérez Captain and Gonzalo Lamardo, Carlos Tevez and Agustín Almendra.
Apparently, they suffered damage to the eyes, vomiting and skin.
In particular, Captain Boca, Pablo Pérez and Gonzalo Lamardo, the keeper of the game, closed their eyes in the photos that were shot in the local press.
Almonds, however, suffered many cuts in the body and Tevez he vomited Several times in the locker room, a spray of pepper, the sources of the club said Efe.
The condemned messages soon appeared before them.
Among them, Gabriel Batistuta, The historic scorer of the Argentinian national team and former player of River Plate and Boca Juniors.
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