Buenos Aires, Oct 6 (EFE) .- Atlético Tucumán provisionally leads the Argentine championship with 44 points on Matchday 23, waiting for what their escort will do with 42, Boca Juniors, whose match with Gymnastics and Fencing was postponed today due to riots with fans which required police intervention.
Buenos Aires police used rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse the crowd trying to enter the Single Stadium. The match was suspended after 9 minutes and many fans filled the pitch.
The Argentine Football Association (AFA) has repudiated the events and reiterated its commitment to eradicating violent demonstrations that affect the safety and normal conduct of matches.
Atlético Tucumán, who are looking for their first title in their history, regained leadership of the tournament on Wednesday by beating Platense 2-1.
The Racing Club moved up to third place drawing 3-3 with Defense and Justice with four games to go.
The hurricane, meanwhile, rose to fourth after beating Talleres de Córdoba 1-0 on Thursday, while River Plate reached fifth place by beating Estudiantes de La Plata 5-0 on Wednesday with a brace from Colombian Miguel. Borgia.
Independiente lost 1-2 at home to Central Córdoba on Wednesday, while Godoy Cruz de Mendoza and San Lorenzo drew goalless on Tuesday.
Rosario Central drew 1-1 with Unión on Monday, Aldosivi beat Barracas Central 2-0 on Tuesday, Newell’s Old Boys and Arsenal drew (0-0), Sarmiento and Tigre drew 2-2 and Vélez Sarsfield won 1-0 against Banfield.
Colón beat Patronato 1-0 on Wednesday and this Thursday Argentinos Juniors beat Lanús 0-4 at home. EFE
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