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What time does River vs. play? Boca for the Argentine Professional League Cup 2024?

River Plate and Boca Juniors will measure forces in the first superclassic of the year for the Argentine Professional League 2024. The ‘Millonarios’ arrive at a good moment, although in the last 2 games they have tied, they do not know what it is like to lose in the tournament. Meanwhile, the ‘Xeneizes’ will try to recover from their defeat in Lanús on the last day played. Below you will find the schedules so you don’t miss this great game.

What time does River vs. play? Mouth

The River Plate and Boca Juniors match will take place on Sunday, February 25 at 3:00 p.m. in Peru. Next, check the schedules according to each country:

  • 2:00 p.m. – Mexico
  • 3:00 p.m. – Peru, Ecuador, Colombia
  • 16:00 hours – Venezuela, Bolivia, United States (Miami)
  • 17:00 hours – Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, Brazil

Preview of the superclassic, River vs. Mouth

River had to resign themselves to a meager 1-1 draw at home against modest Banfield and Boca lost 2-1 on their visit to Lanús on Sunday, continuing the sixth round of the Argentine Soccer League Cup.

One week before the Boca-River superclassic, the band’s team owned almost the entire match played at the Monumental stadium, kicked the Banfield goal 26 times but missed the effectiveness of Colombian Miguel Borja.

The coffee attacker missed the event due to injury and River missed him on a night where Marcelo Barovero, the ‘Taladro’ goalkeeper, had great saves.

At 40 years old, Barovero – one of the symbols of River at the beginning of Marcelo Gallardo’s cycle, with which he won six titles – became the figure with at least four saves to support a Banfield that hovers on the floor of the standings, but he took away a valuable point.

The emotions came towards the end, because Braian Galván (86) silenced Monumental by scoring 1-0 for Banfield on a counterattack three minutes later, equality came with a header from Pablo Solari (89).

At night, Boca suffered its first defeat of the year and left its undefeated record in the south of Buenos Aires where Lanús beat it 2-1 with goals from Walter Bou (13) and Augusto Lotti (76). Lucas Blondel (90+5) scored.

The close to the Monumental.

Recovered from an injury, Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani entered the second half and played the last 33 minutes of play, but he is still far from the goal and once again missed a favorable chance with a deflected header very close to the goal.

Source: Elcomercio

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