The 3-2 victory against Quilmes, in Mendoza, deposited Boca in the semifinals of the Argentine Cup. The victory against Cervecero brought a little joy in the midst of deep pain due to the fatal accident that occurred on Route 7 that claimed the life of Paola Fleitas, a fan who was traveling to watch the game.
Boca Juniors continues to accumulate good results and climbs to the top of the Professional League
Today, in the midst of sadness over what happened to the deceased young woman and the rest of the injured, there is a little more room for soccer analysis. This is where it should be noted that Xeneize did not have a good night defensively, but had the courage of the youth who put their heads up and took advantage of the opportunity.
The data that reflects pride indicates that the team finished the game with 10 players emerged in the lower: Marcelo Weigandt, Gabriel Aranda, Nahuel Genez, Alan Varela, Luca Langoni, Luis Vázquez, Cristian Medina and the experienced Javier García, Pol Fernández and Facundo Roncaglia. Agustín Sandez and Gonzalo Morales had already been replaced.
In total, there are already 31 debuts of young people trained in the xeneize quarry during the current leadership. Juan Román Riquelme trusts them, coach Hugo Ibarra (formerly Sebastián Battaglia and Miguel Russo) supports them and gives them a chance, people cheer them on from the stands and they daydream. The “come on, let’s go kids” became a reality and this Boca, who finds football regularity difficult, also finds security in them. (D)