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SBD Global/October 7, 2013/International Football
Argentina's Top Rivalry Match Played With Boca Fans Banned From River's El Monumental
Published October 7, 2013
ARGENTINA 'PARALYZED': In Madrid, Topo López of AS wrote "for an instant, the streets of Argentina were desolate." The cities "became ghost towns." For 90 minutes, "all the eyes of Argentina were focused on the mythical turf at El Monumental." In the midst of "great excitement, with all the tickets sold out, the Superclásico wrote another thrilling chapter in its rich history of duels and rivalries" (AS, 10/6).