River Plate and Boca Juniors will play this Superclásico Saturday afternoon of all time, extraordinary games without history in history, because the traditional competition which by default enlarges added a direct bid for the Copa Libertadores, a factor that forever guarantees its durability in the memory of South American football.
SCHEDULE AND STADIUM
The Superfinal rematch will begin at 17 at Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti. The stadium doors will open at 13.
The Uruguay Andrés Cunha, 42, will be in charge of providing justice with the assistants Nicolás Taran and Mauricio Espinosa, also Charrúas. The fourth man will be Peruvian Víctor Carrillo and in the main VAR will be another oriental: Leodan González.
This technology will be able to help Cunha four times for 90 or 120 minutes: goals (off-side, ball entry and previous violations), penalties, eviction games and identity confusion.
HOW CAN I GET IF THERE ARE TIES IN THE '90s?
A twice 15-minute extension will be played – something that did not occur in the previous phase – and to continue the equality will be determined from twelve steps. The details are not small, VAR will intervene in punishment: it will overtake archers, violations of kickers and goal lines.
River: Franco Armani; Gonzalo Montiel, Jonatan Maidana, Javier Pinola, Milton Casco; Leonardo Ponzio; Nacho Fernández, Enzo Pérez, Exequiel Palacios, Pity Martínez; Lucas Pratto.
Boca: Esteban Andrada; Leonardo Jara, Carlos Izquierdoz, Lisandro Magallán, Lucas Olaza; Nahitan Nández, Wilmar Barrios, Pablo Pérez; Sebastián Villa, Ramón Abila and Mauro Zárate, Carlos Tevez or Agustín Almendra.
WHERE IS THE VOICE CLASS IN BUENOS AIRES?
Both of them can go to the Obelisk. In addition, if the winner is Boca, supporters can celebrate in Costanera Sur (La Bombonera is closed), while those on the River can have their party at City University, near Monumental.
The Superfinal winner will pocket 6 million, but the most important is the opportunity to represent South America in the Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates, where he will debut on Tuesday 18 December against Esperance of Tunis or Al-Ain-Wellington winner. the final, he can be a rival to Real Madrid or the winner of Kashima Antlers-Chivas, on Saturday 22.