Argentina's Boca Juniors Carlos Tevez (C) greets supporters upon his arrival at an hotel in Madrid on December 5, 2018. AFP / GABRIEL BOUYS
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A noisy caravan of around 5,000 Boca supporters accompanied the team bus in the early hours of the morning as it headed from their Bombonera stadium to Buenos Aires airport.An estimated 10,000 fans in total from both teams are expected to travel from Argentina for the twice postponed and then relocated game now being played Sunday at Real Madrid's Bernabeu stadium during a holiday weekend in Spain's capital.The teams drew 2-2 in the first leg at Boca's ground but the second leg, originally scheduled to take place in Buenos Aires on Nov. 24, was twice postponed after River supporters attacked Boca's team bus outside the Monumental Stadium.The South American football confederation (CONMEBOL) switched the match to Madrid after initially arranging for it to take place at River one day later.
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