For the second leg of the Copa Libertadores quarterfinals, Boca Juniors and Racing Club will face each other this Wednesday, August 30, 2023 at the Cilindro de Avellaneda stadium. Find out what time the decisive match is and on which channels you can see it.
When does Boca vs Racing play?
The duel for the second leg of the quarterfinals of the Copa Libertadores between Boca Juniors vs Racing Club will be held this Wednesday, August 30, 2023 at the Cilindro stadium.
What time does Boca vs Racing play today?
The match between Boca Juniors and Racing Club is scheduled to be played starting at 7:30 p.m. (Peruvian time). We leave you the schedules of other countries so you don’t miss this important match.
Mexico: 6:30 PM Ecuador: 7:30 PM Colombia: 7:30 PM Bolivia: 8:30 PM Venezuela: 8:30 PM Chile: 8:30 PM Argentina: 9:30 PM Paraguay: 9:30 PM Uruguay: 9:30 PM Brazil: 9:30 PM hours
On which channel does Boca vs Racing play live?
The match between Boca Juniors and Racing Club for the quarterfinals of the Copa Libertadores will be broadcast by Star+, Telefe Argentina and Fox Sports signals for all of Argentina, while for the rest of South America, the signal enabled to broadcast the match is from ESPN2. Also, you can follow the minute by minute on the DT El Comercio website.
Where do they spend the Boca vs Racing game online?
So that you can watch the online transmission of the match by cell phone via streaming between Boca and Racing for the Copa Libertadores, you will have to create a STAR+ account.
Boca – Racing, first leg
Boca Juniors and Racing drew 0-0 in an intense first leg match between Argentine teams for the quarterfinals of the Copa Libertadores 2023 played on Wednesday night at La Bombonera, and left the series open towards revenge.
Boca was clearly superior, especially in the first half, but it lacked effectiveness to break the zero, and Racing got a good tie for the next 90 minutes.
The revenge will be played next Wednesday in Avellaneda, where Racing will be local, and the winner of this key will meet in the semifinals with the winner of the series between the Colombian Pereira and the Brazilian Palmeiras.
– He missed the goal –
Jorge Almirón, Boca’s coach, surprised with his 3-5-2 approach, and managed to prevail over Racing, which he dominated at will in the first half in which everything belonged to the auriazul team, setting conditions from the start, but at the that he also lacked forcefulness to achieve an advantage for which he had accumulated merits.
The Uruguayan Édinson Cavani had the first great opportunity for the xeneizes with a header through the middle of the area, but the Chilean goalkeeper Gabriel Arias excelled to get the ball out of the right corner, and then it was the youthful Barco who tried with a pumped center that almost gets over the visiting goalkeeper.
With a very dynamic game, Boca explored the sides and overflowed on several occasions, with Fabra on the left and Luis Advíncula on the right lane, to lock up a very withdrawn Racing, who could not have the ball, and was not even close to kick on goal in the first half.
The controversy began when the first half was halfway through and Marcos Rojo nudged Maxi Romero as he jumped to look for a header, in an action that the Brazilian referee Wilton Sampaio sanctioned with a warning, although from the Academy they demanded the expulsion of the defender and captain of Boca.
The blue and gold team would have one more chance, in another overflow by Fabra who reached the bottom and sent the center back, but Oroz arrived with just enough to deflect the ball when Medina came in to play before the empty goal.
– All or nothing in El Cilindro –
Boca changed a bit in the second half, forced on one side by the departure of the injured Barco, replaced by the Uruguayan Merentiel, who soon had a good chance, in a break on the right, but his shot at the near post was blocked by Arias , who became a relentless guardian.
Although he was unable to maintain his overwhelming dominance in the first half, Boca was also more active in the second half, and was close to scoring on a left-footed shot from Fabra, a crossed right-hand shot from Janson that grazed the left tube, and towards the end, a shot from a good position by Zeballos who lacked strength.
Racing came out a bit from so much siege, and had at least one shot at the local goal, which was attempted by the admitted Almendra, with a past in Boca and who was looking to take revenge on his ex-club, but the zero did not move from the plate, and Boca and Racing will transfer all the emotions to next week’s duel in Avellaneda.
“It was a pity, because in the first half we created several chances and we couldn’t materialize them. I think they played a good game, and we were superior. Now we have to try to repeat that next week, we have to keep working ”, evaluated the Uruguayan Cavani, who had the clearest chance, but was left wanting to shout his second goal in Boca.
For the quarterfinals of the CONMEBOL Libertadores Cup, Boca Juniors and Racing Club will play a new edition of one of the hottest classics of recent years in Argentine soccer.
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