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Who will be the Argentine Referees who will direct the final of the Copa Libertadores?

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Patricio Loustau, from a family of referees, will command the final in Rio de Janeiro (Photo NA: DAMIAN DOPACIO)

Neither River nor Boca managed to access the final of the Liberators cup, which will be played next Saturday January 30 at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro. However, there will be seven Argentine representatives in the clash between Palmeiras and Santos by the continental crown.

Indeed, Wilson Seneme, in charge of arbitration appointments at the Conmebol, chose a team of Albiceleste judges for the crossing between São Paulo casts. The head referee will be Patrick Loustau, 45, considered one of the best in the country by the National Arbitration Directorate led by Federico Beligoy. They will accompany you Ezequiel Barilovsky (assistant 1) and Darío Bonfá (assistant 2). And the role of fourth authority will occupy Dario Herrera.

But the technology will also be in charge of Argentines. Mauro Vigliano, 45, will command the WHERE, accompanied by Juan Pablo Belatti and Fernanbdo Rapallini. There will also be a Colombian assistant in the cabin: it is John A. Ospina. “We congratulate all the Argentine referees appointed for the single final of the Libertadores,” Beligoy wrote on his Twitter account.

The South American CupMeanwhile, it will have a definition between two Argentine casts: Lanús and Defense and Justice They will battle on Saturday, January 23 from 5:00 p.m. at the Mario Alberto Kempes stadium in Córdoba. There, the judge will be Uruguayan: Leodán González, backed by his compatriots Nicolás Taran and Richard Trinidad. Jesus Valenzuela (Venezuela) will act as fourth official.

Who will handle the Video Refereeing Assistance? The Chilean Julio Bascuñán, along with Ángelo Hermosilla and Raúl Orellana (also Chilean) and Víctor Hugo Carrillo (Peru).

While the 2020 edition of the Copa Libertadores begins to die out after the postponements it experienced due to the coronavirus pandemic, the South American Confederation is already preparing the 2021 version.

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