Boca Juniors was suspected by police after the Copa Libertadores clash – Soccer Sports

Brazilian police charged six Boca Juniors players and staff on Wednesday. Get involved in clashes with rivals and police Following the elimination of Copa Libertadores by Atletico Minero.

Minas Gerais police said in a statement that the two were charged with property damage and released after paying bail of R $ 3,000 ($ 574) each.

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The other four members of the Argentine club have been charged with causing physical harm and abusing the authorities. The statement said he was released after “formally agreeing to appear before the judge” in the future.

None of Boca’s six players have been identified, and the club issued the following statement on Wednesday: Continent.

“Our fans, players and coach staff have been hurt by malicious and deliberate use of VAR technology. This is an unprecedented event. We won two games in the series. This is the first time a team has been removed from the tournament.

“We have more than 12 hours in an unfortunate situation to prevent players, coaching staff and executives from being physically harmed and breaking hygienic bubbles.”

Boca returned to Argentina on Wednesday after spending more than 10 hours at the Belo Horizonte police station. Argentine officials said all members of the team had to follow seven days of quarantine due to direct contact that broke the coronavirus bubble and health protocol during their stay in Brazil.

Boca, one of the biggest clubs in ArgentinaWas knocked out of Libertadores, the equivalent of the South American Champions League, at Belo Horizonte’s Mineirao Stadium on Tuesday night.

The match ended 0-0 and Homeside won 3-1 in penalty shootout..

However, Boca did not allow a goal in the second half after a long discussion with the video assistant referee (VAR).

The Argentine side also had goals not allowed by VAR in the first leg of goalless.

As the referee was looking at the VAR monitor, an angry Boca player and an official collided with a rival beside the pitch, causing further trouble in the tunnel and changing room after the final whistle.

Brazilian police used a pepper spray on Boca players and staff at the dressing room door after the match, showing a video of a player suffocating a player who cried out to police officers for abuse.

– Soccer Sports

Boca Juniors was suspected by police after the Copa Libertadores clash Boca Juniors was suspected by police after the Copa Libertadores clash

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