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Following a general fight after their elimination in Copa Libertadores in front of Atlético Mineiro, the players of Boca Juniors have spent twelve hours in custody in Brazil before being released. They are accused of aggression, tangible damage or destruction of public goods.
The players and leaders of the Argentine Football Club Boca Juniors were released on Term Wednesday after 12 hours of custody in Brazil, following the serious incidents that punctuated their elimination in the eighth of final return fromby Atlético Mineiro.
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The delegation of Boca, composed of thirty people, left the police station of Belo Horizonte (South-East) at the midday, towards the airport, to return to Buenos Aires, according to a photographer of the AFP present on site.
eliminated to shots on Tuesday night after a 0-0 null result as if to go, players and leaders of the Argentine club, unhappy with having been denied a goal in the second half, provoked a general fight and destroyed Furniture in the cloakroom tunnel.
The incidents were such that the military police had to intervene by means of tear gas.
The video at the center of the
nerveness according to the police, at least eight members of the delegation of Boca Juniors, seven players and a leader, were identified by the surveillance cameras during the fight.
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These people are accused of aggression, bodily injury or destruction of public goods.
The club was "shamelessly aggregated by a malicious and intentional interpretation of VAR technology" (video arbitration), reacted in a statement The President of Boca, Jorge Ameal.
IL "suffered during these two matches of the Copa Libertadores against the Atlético Mineiro Two inexplicable decisions refusing legitimate goals that have destroyed the sporting spirit of the most prestigious tournament of the continent" , does it denounce? .
These Facts "reveal the partial management of our continental football" , he continues, in an allusion to the conebol, the South American football Confederation.
Boca accuses Attético Mineiro
Jorge Ameal also attacks the leadership of Atlético Mineiro who has "encouraged violent and threatening expressions for several days until the unfortunate events" who followed the match.
According to the information site G1, four members of the Argentine delegation, accused of bodily injury, signed a document in which they undertake to appear at a judicial hearing in the future.
A total deposit of 9,000 rejected ($ 1,700) was also paid, according to Radio Itatiaia de Belo Horizonte.
The accused were summoned to the Office of Belo Horizonte to explain, but the whole of the Argentine delegation decided to go there and ended up spending the night.
Those who were not in custody had slept on the bus from the club parked before the police station, under police escort.
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