The Argentina Champions Trophy final between Boca Juniors. Racing Club was interrupted on Sunday when referee Facundo Tello handed out 10 red cards for the clash between the two teams.
Tello, who will be officiating at the World Cup as the referee for this month’s tournament in Qatar. Sent off seven Boca players and three from the races after a 2-1 extra-time win. After a clash between Boca’s Sebastian Villas and Racing’s Johan Carbonero. Two red cards were issued before Carlos Alcaraz’s winner was sent off in the 118th minute.
In the Champions Trophy final in Argentina. Racing Club midfielder Carlos Alkaraz scored the winning goal to challenge the Boca Juniors fans. World Cup referee Facundo Tello handed out 10 red cards.
With the teams tied 1-1 after extra time, Alcaraz headed the ball into the corner of the net and won for Racing. The rival fans’ celebrations angered the Boca players who grabbed Alcaraz by the ear and threw the ball at him.
One of Qatar’s World Cup officials, Tello, ejected Alkaraz after the confrontation and handed out five red cards to the Boca players. During the match, the player “Boca” received 7 red cards and the team “Racing” received 3 red cards.
Norberto Briasco opened the scoring for Boca in the first half, while Racing’s Matthias Rojas equalised.
In 2019, Tello joined FIFA’s roster of international referees when Conmebol named him the fourth official for the South American U-20 Championship in Chile.