It is a historical and unthinkable event. River Plate and Boca Juniors play for the first time in the Copa Libertadores final in 2018. The end of the century, which will mark before and after two giants of Argentine football.
The definition is all in the process and everyone wants to see it, until the last detail. Here we are telling you everything you should know about this unforgettable final, which will return to Madrid on December 9th.
When is it played?
the end of the rematch between the river and Boke will be on Sunday, December 9, at 4:30 pm in Chile at the Santiago Bernabé stadium in Madrid, Conmebol's solution after scandalous incidents that frustrated the Monumental River Plate, The first league was in La Bombonera and ended 2-2. He broadcasts on television Fox Sports Premium.
How is it defined?
In this final number, the goal of the visit will not count, as happens in the remainder of the direct eliminator. Therefore, if there is a global connection after 180 minutes, equality will follow. In that case, if the parity continues, there will be an extension in the rematch that will be played at Real Madrid, 30 minutes (15 per page). If equality is maintained, the champion is punished by penalties.
Judges and VARs
Judge of the remake will be Uruguayan Andrés Cunha, who in the first stage will repeat the good work of Chilean Roberto Tobar. Additionally, in both duels there is a VAR for estimating the most controversial actions.
The Libertadores champion will take $ 6,000,000, adding $ 4,48,000,000 to other stadiums. While the second place will retain $ 3,000,000.
Additionally, the new monarch will represent Conmebol in the World Cup of the FIFA club, which will play in the United Arab Emirates in mid-December. He will also qualify for the next release of the Libertadores and play Recopa Sudamericana against the Copa Sudamericana champions.
River: Franco Armani; Gonzalo Montiel, Jonatan Maidana, Javier Pinola and Milton Casco; Ignacio Fernández, Enzo Pérez, Leonardo Ponzio, Ezequiel Palacios and Gonzalo Martínez; Lucas Practice.
Bottle: Esteban Andrada; Julio Buffarini, Carlos Izquierdoz, Lisandro Magallan and Lucas Olaza; Wilmar Barrios, Pablo Pérez, Nahitan Nández and Agustín Almendra; Villa Sebastián and Ramón Ábila.