it was A special victory that Boca Juniors experienced against Quilmes, In the game, the team led by Hugo Ibarra defeated Brewer 3–2 and reached the semi-finals of the Argentine Cup. but victory prevails Death of Paola Emils FritesClub member who lost her life on a bus taking fans from Buenos Aires to Mendoza to watch the game.
Once the duel in the stadium was over Argentine FalklandsBoca’s coach ran into the press and could not hide his sadness over the accident that tarnished his team’s victory. “Today Boca won and went to the second stage”The negro said the first thing, later pointed directly to the tragic event that took place in National Route N°,
“It’s not a very happy day for what happened, unfortunately they came to see us, boys and now we have to grieve a loss. The truth is that winning is always good, but the truth is that today’s victory hurts us.”, confessed an Ibarra, who couldn’t help but almost burst into tears.
“We found out a few hours before the game and the truth is it hurts a lot. He is someone who has come to encourage us from afar and that hurts. you have to support the family”, he added about the accident that left over 20 injured, who were to be treated at various hospitals in the area where the incident took place.
With a team that didn’t have many starts, many due to injury, and others due to coach decisions, as was the case with goalkeeper Agustin Rossi, Ibarra spoke of a win against Quilms, who had previously started winning. 4′, but Xeneize only matched it 180 seconds later.
“Today it was difficult – because of the setbacks – why the teams offered, but I am calm because of the number of options during the game to make sure. It gives me peace of mind that we are fine and that’s how we go ahead. have to grow”, analyzed the historical write-back. Then, he took a few seconds to highlight the premiere of Gonzalo MoralesYoungsters scoring a partial 2-1 for Boca.
“Gonzalito could have scored three, but hey, he delighted us with a goal, but I’m so happy for him, he always works. Strikers have to think about goals and toast for the team.” And he’s doing it. He doesn’t need to rush”, he said of the 19-year-old, a Córdoba native who has already been called up to Javier Mascherano’s U-20 squad.
Asked about the crossing that Rivera would not be played, which eventually fell to a penalty against Patronato in La Rioja, so the next round would not be a new edition of the Superclassico, Ibarra focused on the Professional League tournament.
“From tomorrow, we have to think about Velez and continue that way. We have to continue that way,” he said. ,Whether I like it or not, it remains to be guessed, We have to keep going on our path, focus on what we have to do,” he said.
As for the farewell, he explained how he found out the millionaire had been left out of the Argentine Cup and was also clear in his message what he expects from his team for the future. “We found out about River’s elimination in the locker room,” she revealed and said goodbye. “Boca will fight till the end”,