The Copa Libertadores final between fierce rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate was suspended after an attack on the visitors' bus left players injured, but Carlos Tevez reveals they were initially forced to play the fixture.
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The second leg was scheduled to take place River’s El Monumental stadium, but the game was cast in doubt after an attack Boca's team bus.
Players were injured from the attack, with stars Boca stars Pablo Perez and Gonzalo Lamardo suffering eye injuries.
Despite the injuries, Carlos Tevez revealed that before the decision to suspend the game, they were initially being forced to continue with the fixture.
"They're forcing us to play this game. We're in no condition to play...this is also a problem due to the society in which we live. We're all responsible for this,' Tevez was quoted as saying by the Mirror.
The clash will no be played on Sunday at the El Monumental Stadium.