The police in the capital of Spain will do everything to make the supporters of both clubs to separate. So is the Paseo de la Castellana, the centre of Madrid to the Bernabeu stadium, running, for hours before the race ended.
The second match of the final of the Copa Libertadores was moved to Madrid after serious irregularities prior to the eventually cancelled the return of the ‘Superclasico’ between the two rivals from Buenos Aires. Hooligans of River Plate bekogelden the team bus of Boca Juniors. Several players were injured. The first duel between the two clubs went well and ended in 2-2.
Boca Juniors and River Plate may all not fans to take them to visit each other. In Madrid both fan groups welcome. The Spanish police expect thousands of supporters to their favorites over 10,000 km travelling distance from Buenos Aires to Madrid. The duel is also popular with Argentines who live in Europe. Almost all 85,000 available tickets are already sold.
Video: Boca passionately waved off by fans
Superclasico yet in Madrid