Carlos Zambrano and Dario Benedetto All spotlights were made after Boca Juniors vs. race for Argentina’s professional league. Because both Xeneize players would have had a strong crossover in the dressing room at half-time, which ended with “León” as the main casualty because the Argentine striker broke his left cheekbone.
However, “Pipa” would not have come out of this confrontation unscathed. The cameras of the meeting noticed that the Argentine had a scratch on his neck, probably due to his fight with the “León”.
Boca Juniors DT confirms fight between Zambrano and Benedetto
Coach Hugo Ibarra spoke about what happened while the game was being played at the Cilindro de Avellaneda and confirmed the cross between the parties involved. “There was a discussion and nothing more then I can talk to you about the game. I’ll talk about it, but I know there was a discussion,” he told media at the end of the game.
What did Carlos Zambrano say?
Minutes after the end of the game, in the middle of an argument about a penalty that was not charged boca juniors, The “Kaiser” spoke via his Twitter. “Complicated game but the group’s ‘delivery’ is non-negotiable,” he said. Afterward, fans began to question why he emphasized the word “delivery” and why he didn’t reply “Pipa” Benedetto.
Controversial ending in Boca Juniors vs. Race
In the last play of the match referee Fernando Rapallini sparked the controversy by not awarding the Xeneizes a penalty for a racing handball. Despite reviewing the game in VAR, the referee decided to end the game, a decision that was met with protest from the Auriazules.