Copa Libertadores final: Attack on Boca bus delays kick-off

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An attack on the Boca Juniors team bus has led to kick-off in the final of the Copa Libertadores being delayed. Conmebol (The South American Football Association) say that the second leg of the final, which currently stands at 2-2, has been postponed until 21:00 GMT. More to follow. Source link

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