The end of the Libertadores Cup between Mouth and Fluminense He experienced moments of great tension, especially in overtime. Kennedy in Fluminense gave the lead with a goal in the first half but by leaving the field to celebrate with the fans he earned a Red card. For its part, without considering the numerical advantage, Frank Fabra hit an opponent and ended up expelled.
The Fluminense forward, entered from the bench, beat Sergio “Chiquito” Romero with a volley after 100 minutes and then saw the second yellow by overdo the celebrations.
In the final seconds of the first extension, Boca players approached the referee for an alleged handball. In the midst of the tumult, Fabra slapped Nino, captain of Fluminense.
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