Eduardo Salvio played football and has many chances of being called up to go to Porto Alegre for the Cup

El Toto played football in training this Saturday, but in the xeneize they are optimistic despite the fact that he has suffered a tear in his right hamstring against Newell’s.

Boca striker Eduardo Salvio played football this Saturday with the starters who did not play in the defeat against Lanús, and is shaping up with great possibilities of being next Wednesday against Porto Alegre International, first leg match for the round of 16 of the Copa Libertadores de América.

The “This” He comes from suffering a grade 2 injury to his right hamstring during the game that his team beat Newell’s Old Boys in Rosario, 2-0.

“He has many possibilities, but we are going to keep looking at him. For me, he will come with us to Brazil. From now until Tuesday we have time to define,” said coach Miguel Ángel Russo in a virtual press conference after the meeting with the Garnets

Due to the tear, the footballer could not be with the Argentine National Team in the two qualifying matches for the 2022 World Cup against Paraguay and Peru, and Nor in the matches that Boca lost at home to Talleres and Lanús.

While the vice president Juan Román Riquelme saw the training match of the women’s team “Las Gladiadoras, in Casa Amarilla, against All Boys, the campus xeneize he practiced this Saturday morning at the Ezeiza Training Center and the team played soccer in confined spaces. Those who did not play against Lanús and also those who did it for a few minutes participated. This Sunday they will repeat the training in the same place and, in addition, The entire campus will carry out the PCR test ordered by the Conmebol sanitary protocol.

Boca will travel next Tuesday at 6.30 pm, on a charter flight, to Porto Alegre and after the meeting they will sleep in a hotel in that city to return to Buenos Aires on Thursday morning.

Boca plays next Wednesday against Internacional, in Porto Alegre, from 9:30 p.m., the first match of the round of 16 of the 2020 Copa Libertadores and with the arbitration of Chilean Roberto Tobar.




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