In a tense atmosphere, Temuco played with San Lorenzo on August 15 in the context of the Copa Sudamericana. The Argentine team took points for the "secretariat" of the southern box and that's why, upon arriving at the Germán Becker stadium, the bus was stoned.
Although San Lorenzo lost from 1 to 0 in the La Araucanía region, he has moved on to advance to that league. At the press conference, Argentine goalkeeper Nicolás Navarro criticized the Chileans for their behavior. "We went to the train with eight or nine trucks, is it normal for you?" In Argentina, this is not the case, "he said. This unleashed the ironic laugh of the national press, which apparently was right.
This is happening in Argentina
On Saturday, a bus from Boca Juniors was violently attacked when it was about to enter the River Plate Monumental Stadium. The players of the two teams were to play the Copa Libertadores final, but due to the fact that several players were left behind as a result of the attacks and tear gas that were thrown into the stadium, Conmebol decided to suspend the match.
At the same time, netizens turned to the social networks to remind Navarro that he was wrong: in Argentina it is happening and is much worse than it was for his team.
"In Argentina, this is not the case"
Nicolás Navarro, the goalkeeper of San Lorenzo.
August 15, 2018 #River #Boca pic.twitter.com/7spMWRw8P2
– Rodrigo Castillo V (@rmcastillov) November 24, 2018
Portman "Nicolas Navarro" from San Lorenzo in Temuco / Chile for Copa Sudamericana#LibertadoresxFOX #River #Boca #RivervsBoca #RiverxFOX #BocaxFOX #CopaLibertadores pic.twitter.com/mOtTMplEu4 pic.twitter.com/MTYGf2dSnk
– Darioh Gallardo (@DariohGallardo) November 24, 2018
"This is not the case in Argentina." #RiverBoca #Superclasico #CopaLibertadores
– Claudio Silva (@ CSSL10) November 24, 2018
But remember that what happened to San Lorenzo in Temuco IS NOT HAPPEN IN ARGENTINA pic.twitter.com/3duvRTyEWr
– Emilio Poblete (@candegris) November 24, 2018