River Plate qualify for the Libertadores final with a historic Rimentada before Gremio

River Plate qualify for the Libertadores final with a historic Rimentada before Gremio



mohmmed abdulmuhsen


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Wednesday, 31 October 2018 – 11:36 p
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Wednesday, 31 October 2018 – 11:36 p

River Plate have reached the final of the Libertadores Cup after Rimentada had a historic 1-0 win at Gremio and won 2-1 in the semi-final on Wednesday.

River Plate took the lead in the 95th minute when they scored their second goal of the match from a referee penalty after resorting to video referee Farr.

River Plate is looking forward to winning their fifth title at the Libertadores Cup when they meet in the final with the winner of the clash that will bring together Boca Juniors and Palmeiras later in the day.

Gremio had a win in Argentina at the Monumental, with a 1-0 victory, making them closer to the final before meeting today at the Arena de Grimio Stadium.

The first half ended with a 1-0 win over Tricolor, thanks to a shot by Leo Gomez in the 38th minute.

The second half saw pressure from the Argentinian team with the dependence of the Brazilian team on the apostates, and lost the alternative Everton complete individual goalkeeper Argentine Franco Armani in the 66th minute almost killed the meeting.

In the 82nd minute, Colombian Santos Pori scored the result with a header from Gonzalo Martínez's free kick to restore hope to the visitors.

Two minutes before the end of the match, the referee awarded a penalty after returning to the video technique, and expelled midfielder Birsan from the ranks of Gremio after touching the ball in the penalty area.

Lynnbrei Gonzalo Martinez and scored a second goal in the sixth minute of time rather than lost, after protests by the Brazilian team to the decision.

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