"We'll give up life to win the cup," he said. Guillermo Barros Schelotto, coach Boca Juniors, after a 2-2 draw this Sunday against River Plate which left open superfinality Libertadores Cup,
"We will give up lives to win and turn for 15 days on the river," the coach told a news conference after a legendary Bomboner.
DT has estimated that this Sunday match "was a high-level final, both in play and in pace and search."
"But the same 90 minutes will remain the same," said Barros Schelotto of the rematch, which will take place on the 24th place at the Monumental Stadium in the river.
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Schelotto said he was happy with Boca's performance. "Despite the fact that we did not get on our pitch, the result is still open, we have done well, twice we took advantage even though we could not keep it," he explained.
In any case, he emphasized the attitude of his players. "We were looking for the game, we had it in our hands, and we missed it twice," he said. "I'm out of pain that we won twice and twice struck us, but they were not better."
Ramon & Wanchope & apos; Abila (33) opened the scoring for Boca, Lucas Pratto equalized it (35) and Darío Benedetto, in his lead, turned the second to 45 + 1. But Carlos Izquierdoz, in the 1960s, scored against his goal in the final 2-2.
A local coach thought it was "a real final".
"It was a match that even had a typical final with good players from both sides and another will be the same, it will be another open match," predicted Barros Schelotto. (AFP)