Seven red cards were issued in Argentinian soccer due to a fight between players from both teams.

On the 8th, a large-scale fight broke out between the two teams in the match between River Plate and Boca Juniors, Argentina’s biggest rivalry토스카지노, and the referee issued 7 red cards. In the second half, injury time River Plate scored a penalty kick and a brawl broke out in a situation where the victory was close to 1-0.

The fight started after Boca goalkeeper Sergio Romero was taunted by opponent Austin Palavecino. Former Manchester United goalkeeper Romero said: “Palavecino came to shout goals in our faces. I grabbed him by the waist and asked him why he was doing this. My teammates thought I was fighting.” “What Palavecino did was a lack of respect for the opponent,” he added. “I said this to the river players in the face.”

Video of both teams clash

Cops and safety officers fight between teams Intervened to stop the game and the game was suspended for 10 minutes. A VAR decision was made and six players (three from each team) and manager Jorge Almiron Boca received a red card. “The penalty shouldn’t have been given,” Romero said. “The referee didn’t even review it.” “If there’s a team that deserves to win, it’s us,” River Plate coach Martin DeMichelis said.

River Plate is in the lead among 28 teams with 12 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses. On the other hand, Boca is in 13th place with 5 wins, 3 draws and 7 losses.

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