The Prosecutor’s Office drew up an act against Agustín Palavecino for inciting violence after the overflow in the superclassic. There are also two Boca players who were informed.
The superclásico was raising temperature with the passing of the minutes, but it reached its boiling point in the end. River prevailed 1-0 thanks to a penalty sanctioned 45 minutes into the second half that ended in disaster after Miguel Borja’s goal. The effusive celebration of Agustín Palavecino, face to face with Nicolás Figal, unleashed the reaction of the Boca players. The match ended in scandal.
After nearly 20 minutes of riots and slapping, play finally resumed. Darío Herrera expelled six field players and Jorge Almirón, DT of Boca. One of the River footballers who saw the red card was Agustín Palavecino. It was not the only sanction that the former Platense midfielder received after the final whistle.
After the superclassic, the Prosecutor’s Office drew up an act against Palavecino for inciting violence in the celebration of River’s goal. He was not the only one: on the Boca side they also made the same decision with Luis Vázquez and Marcos Rojo. In the case of the millionaire soccer player, he should not have gone to the Prosecutor’s Office to present his defense. The one who was summoned was the captain from Boca, who attacked a policeman in the middle of the discussion.
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