In the Argentina Championship Cup final played between Boca Juniors and Racing Club, referee Facundo Tello showed 11 red cards.
Boca Juniors forfeited the match with 11 red cards.
Boca Juniors and Racing Club faced off in the Argentina Championship Cup final. While the match was quite tense, a total of 11 red cards were issued in the last moments of the match and in overtime. Racing Club won the game by forfeit 3-0 as the Boca Juniors team received more than 6 red cards.
Boca Juniors faced Racing Club in the Argentina Championship Cup final. The referee of the match, Facundo Tello, showed 10 football players and Boca Juniors Coach Hugo Ibarra a red card between 90+4 and 120+10 minutes.
11 red cards in Boca Juniors Racing Club game
Boca Juniors and Racing Club faced off at the Parque La Pedrera Stadium in the Argentina Championship Cup final. In the eventful final, the referee of the match, Facundo Tello, showed 11 people red cards, including Boca Juniors Coach Hugo Ibarra.
The first half of the match was the scene of consecutive goals scored. Boca Juniors took the lead in the 19th minute with Norberto Briasco. Three minutes after this goal, Racing Club tied with Matias Rojas. 90+5 of the struggle. Boca’s Villa and Racing’s Carbonero received a red card at the same time. The regular time of the match ended 1-1 with 10 players remaining.
In the overtime sections, 9 more cards came out. Referee Facundo Tello, who showed a direct red card to 6 Boca Juniors and 2 Racing Club players together with the substitute players, applied for a total of 11 red cards by showing a red card to Boca Juniors Technical Director Hugo Ibarra due to an objection.
In the fight, marked by red cards, Racing Club defeated their opponent 2-1 with the goal scored by Carlos Alcaraz in the 118th minute and became the owner of the trophy.