“Carlos Zambrano’s Controversial Stint at Boca Juniors – The Fight with Benedetto and the Home Visit”

2023-04-25 04:47:50

Carlos Zambrano played for Boca Juniors between 2020 and 2022. Photo: composition LR/EFE/AFP

the step of Carlos Zambrano by Boca Juniors was marked by several incidents. Although the central defender of the Peruvian team won titles and won the title in the Argentine club, one of the most remembered episodes of his stay in the xeneize store was the fight with his partner Darío Benedetto. Last year, both footballers registered a cross at halftime of the match against Racing and, when jumping onto the field of play, the ‘Kaiser’ could be seen with a swollen cheekbone.

In this sense, ‘Paco’ Bazán spoke with the journalist Erick Osores about what happened in the Cilindro de Avellaneda and revealed that the now Alianza Lima defender looked for the gunner in his home and managed to earn the respect of the team with this action.

“Do you know when Zambrano earned the respect of his teammates? When ‘Pipa’ Benedetto didn’t go to training for two days because Zambrano went to look for him at home, someone very close to Carlos told me that”, indicated in the program “Erick and Gonzalo”.

After recalling the confrontation between the players in the Cilindro de Avellaneda, Bazán hinted that the 33-year-old defender took revenge for the blow. “During the week, Carlos went to his house, knocked on the door and ‘plin, plin, plin, plin’, he fixed everything,” accurate.

When did the fight between Carlos Zambrano and Darío Benedetto take place?

The events reported by ‘Paco’ Bazán were recorded in 2022, during the goalless draw between Racing and Boca Juniors for date 13 of the Argentine Professional League. On that occasion, the cameras captured the Peruvian with a blow to the face, while the Argentine had a scratch on his neck.

Zambrano and Benedetto were starters in said match. Photo: composition LR/Boca Juniors.

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