Übersicht River Plate - Boca Juniors (Copa Libertadores , Gruppe A). River Plate» Bilanz gegen Boca Juniors. Als Superclásico (das Superderby) wird die Partie zwischen den Fußballklubs Boca Juniors und River Plate bezeichnet. Die beiden populärsten argentinischen.
SuperclásicoRiver Plate Buenos Aires entscheidet ein hochbrisantes Endspiel für sich. Im Final-Rückspiel der Copa Libertadores geht River gegen Boca. River Plate» Bilanz gegen Boca Juniors. Übersicht River Plate - Boca Juniors (Copa Libertadores , Gruppe A).
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In the ninth minute of play, the match was suspended because of heavy rainfall in Buenos Aires. The match restarted on Thursday, March 25, , and was played with two halves of 41 minutes.
On June 23, , in El Monumental, after a match between the two teams, 71 fans were killed in a crush at gate 12, with fans left injured. The disaster was the worst football related incident in the history of Argentine football and the majority of the dead were teenagers and young adults; the average age of the victims was There are various claims as to what exactly happened that day.
Some claim that the disaster happened after Boca Juniors fans threw burning River flags from the upper tiers of the stadium, causing a stampede of their own fans in the lower tier.
Others claim that it happened after River fans arrived at the Boca section, causing the stampede of the visiting fans. Yet others claim that gate 12 was locked, or would not open at the time, and that the fans at the back did not hear the ones at the front telling them to stop coming in.
William Kent, River's former president, claimed that the police were the culprits, as they began repressing Boca fans after they had thrown urine at them from the stands.
Some witnesses claim that the turnstiles to the exit were blocked by a huge iron pole. After three years of investigation, a government inquiry found no one guilty, much to the disappointment of the families of the victims.
Since the tragedy, the gates at El Monumental have been identified by letters instead of numbers. At the end of the season, the 68 football clubs in the Argentine Football Association collected , pesos for the families of the deceased.
Since the turn of the century, the rivalry intensified to different levels. A series of fierce meetings and violent events rekindled international attention to the derby.
Boca eliminated River in the Copa Libertadores and Copa Libertadores , winning the title in , and , and reaching the finals in Moreover, in June , River was relegated for the first time in its history.
Since its promotion in , River eliminated Boca in the Copa Sudamericana , Copa Libertadores , Supercopa Argentina , Copa Libertadores , and the Copa Libertadores , lifting the trophy in almost all occasions, exception made of the Copa Libertadores During the Copa Libertadores , River Plate players were attacked at half time by a Boca fan that spread pepper spray to the players at the beginning of the second half.
The game was suspended and River were awarded the qualification. At the time of the attack, River was winning the series 1—0.
In the Copa Libertadores Finals, the bus carrying Boca's players to the El Monumental was attacked by River fans who threw stones after the police withdrew from the zone.
After drawing 2—2 at La Bombonera and losing its home field advantage, River famously won the game on aggregate.
Social class is deeply rooted in the DNA of intense hatred between the two clubs. River is traditionally known as a club for the rich, hence their nickname, 'Los Millonarios' The Millionaires.
Boca's supporters were once from the traditional working classes. In that social structure lies the animosity between two of Argentina's most-followed teams, but both are now well supported by people from all backgrounds.
A transfer between the two clubs is obscene but has happened. Diego Maradona who once played for Boca never considered a switch due to the rivalry.
Despite his legendary status, Ruggeri revealed after his move in , "It's not easy I can tell you. In fact, Maradona's death also put aside the club rivalries in Argentina as Boca Juniors and River Plate fans embraced each other while mourning the Argentine great.
However, in the video, a River Plate fan was seen comforting a Boca Juniors fan, putting rivalry aside to mourn Maradona in a beautiful moment.
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Copa Centenario de la AFA. Copa Libertadores. Emanuel Reynoso Boca Juniors left footed shot from outside the box is too high.
River Plate 1, Boca Juniors 0. River Plate 1 Boca Juniors 0. Einen Nachschuss gibt es nicht. Nähe rechte Strafraumkante, etwa 14 Meter bis zum Tor.
Der Schiedsrichter pfeift und hebt den Arm. Wieder gibt es Diskussionen. Minute: Boca kommt mit Villa über rechts, er holt aber nur einen Einwurf raus.
Minute: Fernandez gibt einen Direktschuss aus der Drehung von der Strafraumgrenze ab, wird aber geblockt. Kurz danach ein Wechsel bei River: Montiel geht, Mayada kommt.
Da konnte Andrada nichts machen. Minute: Pratto köpft den Ball im Rückwärtsfallen aufs Tor. Kein Problem für Andrada. Minute: Villa startet auf dem rechten Flügel ein Dribbling, wird aber von Pinola abgekocht.
FC Nürnberg zugute. Minute: Andrada steht wieder - und es gibt keinen Elfmeter. Der Unparteiische entscheidet auf Stürmerfoul.
Da haben die Juniors Glück gehabt. Pratto hatte das Bein sehr hoch gestreckt, Andrada hat ihn zu Fall gebracht. Eine Entscheidung.
Der Schiedsrichter wartet lange, entscheidet zunächst nichts. But despite the constant taunts, and the perception of River as the aristocracy and Boca as the blue-collar workers, they both started out very much as dockers looking to play a game of football.
Watching the Superclasico ranks highly on football bucket lists and to observe the stadium during one of their meetings is to experience something unique.
Whether held at Boca's steep-sided Bombonera [capacity 49,] or River's bowl-shaped Monumental [70,], you will feel the ground shake from bouncing fans and your ears ring from incessant noise.
Supporters will gather hours before kick-off to drape colourful flags and banners, while ticker tape and smoke flares only enhance the captivating spectacle.
Players on both sides are not expected to give an inch when the two sides meet - here Nicolas Domingo of River Plate goes in with boots raised on Juan Krupoviesa of Boca during a Superclasico.
Goals against your bitter rivals are certainly something to celebrate - this was scored by Boca's Gary Medel in March Sadly violence at previous fixtures in Argentina means that away supporters are now barred from attending the fixture, not that they would make themselves heard above the ear-splitting din.
Legions of riot police wielding shields and batons are commonplace at these games and Saturday night was no different. Even if there aren't any away fans, there are plenty of factions within the home support to keep in check.
And don't forget that all these fans still have to live with each other in the same city, it's schools and offices, the rest of the time.
But match weekends take the form of a festival, with the chanting and singing beginning the evening before and continuing right through matchday and for many hours afterwards - win, lose or draw.
Wrangling over who has the more illustrious history is a hallmark of every rivalry, but here are the facts.