One of the biggest rivalries in world football has had its second leg postponed, following an attack on the Boca team bus.
The River Plate fans attacked Boca Juniors' team bus on Saturday, injuring some of the players as they were travelling to the stadium in Buenos Aires.
The police were forced to use pepper spray and tear gas in order to maintain some level of control, whilst Pablo Perez, the Boca Juniors captain, along with Gonzalo Lamardo were taken to hospital after suffering injuries.
The South American football governing body, CONMEBOL, rescheduled the match for Sunday 5pm local time, yet Boca Juniors have appealed for the match to be suspended even further.
"Yesterday evening, Boca requested the game be postponed due to the incidents and it was agreed that the priority was for the match to be played on a level playing field", read a statement made by the club on social media.
It is still uncertain what will happen regarding the final, but what is certain is that the constant fan disruption paints a very bad picture of Argentinian and South American football in general.