Boca Juniors's footballers, Pablo Pérez, Carlos Tevez, Ramón Abila, have been scored for Conmebol's representative during the previous game that was not challenged Saturday at the Monumental stadium and who are at risk of being punished by the Disciplinary Unit.
The three players could lose their chance to play the second end of the Libertadores Copa America in case the Disciplinary Unit decides to apply sports penalties.
According to the report made by the fourth referee, Peruvian Víctor Carrillo, on Saturday after the first assault on Boca Juniors assault on arrival at the stadium, Pérez, Tevez and Abila insulted the South American entity co-ordinator, Paraguayan Mario Campos.
According to the report that Fox Sports's channel had access, the Campos co-ordinator, at the time of the identity review for signing the form, received a number of insults that stated against "the organization, its authorities and its co-ordinator hun ".
The report that already finds it is that the Disciplinary Unit will be the entity responsible for applying sports penalties to football players even though they could also have an economic fine
In this regard, President Daniel Angelici said, "I do not know the subject".