Former Manchester United player Marcus Rojo and his Boca Juniors’ teammates were in a shocking Bust-up after the Copa Libertadores loss, MySportDab reports.
Rojo was seen punching security man during the Bust-up.
Boca Juniors players got angry after a goal from Marcelo Weigandt was ruled out by VAR in the second-leg of their match against Atletico Mineiro.
The match ended in penalties where Boca lost 3-1 and the later resulted into chaos.
The Argentine club players tried to break into the other team dressing room before they clashed with police.
The police officials were forced to use tear gas in response.
According to Argentinian Newspaper Nacion, that things got worse when Atletico Mineiro President, Sergio Coelho, provoked the Boca players in their dressing room.
This lead to a reaction from Boca Juniors player Raúl Cascini and other players started shoving each other in the video.
Police tried to diffuse the incident and they used tear gas canisters to stop everything.
The Brazilian police tried to arrest two of Boca’s players but no one was detained.
Boca Juniors Legend, and club vice president, Juan Roman Riquelme defended his side after the ugly clashes with police officials.
‘A person in suit pushed the boys and insulted them when they were in the dressing room. Then the policemen threw gas in the players’ faces.
‘What do you do? defend yourself or let them hit you? The president and police were seen throwing bottles, they won’t be disciplined that is the truth.’
Nothing to see here, just Marcos Rojo absolutely lumping a security guard in a post-match brawl. Nice to see the two-foot tackle king hasn't changed pic.twitter.com/ItVy3ZBSoG
— United Peoples TV (@UnitedPeoplesTV) July 21, 2021
Marcos Rojo picking up a fire extinguisher in tunnel brawl! 😂😂pic.twitter.com/TEPV3YIJwx
— MUHQ News (@MUHQNews) July 21, 2021