Boca Juniors' Carlos Tevez during a press conference REUTERS/Javier Barbancho
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Boca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez conceded playing a Libertadores Cup final in Madrid Sunday will be "weird" but rejected suggestions River Plate have been put at a disadvantage. The second leg was moved to Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabeu after the original fixture at River's El Monumental stadium was postponed last month, following an attack by their fans on Boca's team bus. Both sets of supporters have been allowed an equal allocation of 25,000 tickets for the match in Madrid, despite away fans being banned at Boca's Bombonera ground, as they would have been at El Monumental.Security remains high on the agenda after River's fans smashed the windows of Boca's bus and left some of their players injured.
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