The Copa Libertadores final between River Plate and Boca Juniors, originally planned for Nov. 24, has been postponed for a second time following Saturday’s crowd trouble.
River’s second leg showdown at home to Boca was rearranged for Sunday but Alejandro Dominguez, president of South American soccer’s governing body, CONMEBOL, said: “We need to allow both clubs to recover so, with this in mind, we will be postponing the match.
“It’s a disgrace we are talking about this because of a few hooligans. This is not football — it’s not what we want. We understand that the players are professionals, who live, work and give their everything on and off the pitch. Read more