The surprising Boca team for the debut in the Copa Sudamericana

The surprising Boca team for the debut in the Copa Sudamericana

The Boca coach will surprise with an alternative team, with many substitutes, to play in Bolivia for the Copa Sudamericana this Wednesday.

The coach of Mouth, Diego Martinezsurprised today by stopping an entirely alternative eleven ahead of next Wednesday’s debut in the South American Cup in view of Potosi National in Bolivia.

After winning 2 to 1 San Lorenzo and after resettling in Zone B of the League Cup, Mouth This week he will begin his journey in the continental competition at 9 p.m. as a visitor.

Martinez will have the absences of the right side Lucas Blondelwho suffered a ligament injury this Saturday and will have a recovery that will require between six and eight months off the field, from the forward Edinson Cavani due to muscle and central marker overload Marcos Rojo following trauma to the left ankle.

“We are going to evaluate it. We know that it is a complex trip, but we have worked together with the club’s leaders and logistics people to try to ensure that, given the difficulties of the trip, it is in the best possible way”had warned Martinez about the hustle and bustle that came with the debut in the competition.

Along these lines, he added: “We will evaluate if we believe that it is best for any of the boys to rest or spend minutes. Starting today, we begin that story, which is the trip to Potosí and the start of the Copa Sudamericana.”

In this way, the coach decided to rotate all the players in training this Monday morning.

This is how Boca would form in its debut in the Copa Sudamericana:

The team that lined up was made up of Javier García; Lautaro Di Lollo, Aaron Anselmino, Nicolás Valentini, Marcelo Saracchi; Jorman Campuzano, Mauricio Benítez, Juan Ramírez; Vicente Taborda; Norberto Briasco and Darío Benedetto.

Source: Ambito

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