Boca Juniors And Racing Cup Final Ended With 10 Red Cards

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Boca Juniors match against Racing in the cup final ended with 10 red cards from referee Facunda Tello.

Tello gave out the 10 red cards after a fight broke out between Boca Juniors and Racing. The mass red card distributions somewhat ended in favour of Racing.

Norberto Briasco gave Boca the lead at the Estadio Parque La Pedrera in the 19th minute, but Racing quickly tied the game with a goal from Matias Rojas in the 22nd minute.

It was a goal apiece after 90 minutes, and both sides were left with ten men with just a few minutes left to play as a fight broke out between Boca’s Sebastán Villa and Racing’s Johan Carbonero.

Fireworks was used to announce the new Champions

Carlo Alcarez scored the winning goal in the 118th minute to give Racing the win over their title rival. Due to his overeating, Boca Junior players got angry, and they confronted him.

The Boca Junior players were seen dragging Alcarez’s ears and throwing the ball at him. After the incident, the referee gave five red cards to Boca Juniors players and two to Racing.

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Catriel Cabellos was sent marching for Racing in the 95th minute. Racing Alcarez was also shown a red card.

Luis Advincula, Carlos Zambrano, Diego Gonzales, Frank Fabra, and Dario Benedetto were shown red for Boca Junior in the 120+ minute.

Boca Junior Interim Manager Hugo Ibarra was also sent to the stands.

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The Referee that gave the 10 Red Cards

When Boca had fewer than the permitted seven players on the field, the game was called off.

The Referee Tello has officiated 118 matches in Argentina’s Primera Division, handing out 612 yellow and 45 red cards.

He was added to FIFA’s list of international referees in 2019, having started refereeing in the top division in 2013. The referee is expected to officiate in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

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Boca Juniors players after scoring a goal

Who Is Boca Juniors’ Manager?

Hugo Ibarra is currently the manager of Boca Juniors. He was born on April 1, 1974. He is 1.71 m (5 feet, 7 inches) tall. He started his young career at Colon in 1995, where he scored eight goals in 140 appearances.

The left back joined Porto in 2001 and made 20 appearances without scoring. He won different titles with Boca Juniors and was regarded as one of the most successful players in the club.

Will Boca Juniors Be In FIFA 22?

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Boca Juniors Fans looking colourful

The club is in FIFA 22 with different ratings of players. The player with the highest rating is Benedecto, with a 92 rating. followed by the club’s right-back Salvio with a good rating of 80.

What Next For Boca Juniors

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A Boca Junior player complaining to the referee

After missing out in the Cup title against Racing, the Argentine side will kick start a new season when they face Atletico Tucuman on January 27, 2023. The team will be ready to defeat their opponent with a large margin.

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