The president of the Argentine Football Association (AFA) and Vice President of Conmebol, Claudio Tapia, decided today that the decision to suspend the first final of Copa Libertadores de América was "very logical".
"It seemed a very logical decision, it was impossible to play," said Tapia, speaking on the radio La Red.
"It seems that tomorrow will improve a little, and Boca will put tarpaulin and lamps, and if the weather changes, he will be able to play," he added.
The leader stressed that the state of the field "was aimed at denaturing the game".
Finally, the president of AFA said he spoke with his Superliga partner, Mariano Elizondo, to decide on five scheduled matches for tomorrow.