Boca Juniors, reigning Professional Soccer League champions, made their debut with a victory against Atlético Tucumán in the new season of Argentine football that began after the consecration of the selected team at the World Cup in Qatar. However, there was one situation that was about to ruin the party. Before the start of the match, a man tried to pass from the second tray to the audience and fell on a barbed wire fence.
The fan sustained injuries to the arm, torso and head. Is that in his attempt to get out of the trap he was in, and to get to the stretcher with which the private security employees and police officers tried to rescue him, he had to pass through the fucking security guards installed on the acrylic that delimits two sectors of the stadium.
In fact, before completing its descent, it was left literally hanging from his left arm and half naked. The emergency team that was on duty at the Bombonera reportedly transferred him on a stretcher to the nearest hospital.
With the usual color, the Boca stadium was filled with a multitude of fans who took to the field to debut the championship title. But the evening was marked by an episode that quickly went viral on social media and could have ended in tragedy.
First championship win
Xeneize returned to the Bombonera 98 days after his consecration in the last championship which came with a draw against Independiente (2-2) and with the victory of River, in Marcelo Gallardo’s last official match, beating Racing in Avellaneda, and he did so with a 1 -0 victory.
Oscar Romero starred in Hugo Ibarra’s team’s night of return and was instrumental in taking possession of the win against Atlético Tucumán, scoring the only goal of the evening.
Thus, in the presentation of Sergio Romero in goal, the Paraguayan gave a smile to those who were on the sidelines after the defeat in the International Super Cup final against Racing in Abu Dhabi.
Matías Orihuela almost made Boca’s night bitter with a headbutt, but inexplicably sent it out. Thus, those of Negro Ibarra started with the right foot from the hand of a lefty who gave him the three points.
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