Fluminense faces Olimpia this Thursday (31), at 9:30 pm (Brasília time) for the second leg of the Libertadores quarterfinals. Upon arrival at Defensores del Chaco, Olimpia fans hit stones on buses that brought tricolors from Brazil to Asunción, Paraguay.
No one was injured and everyone gained access to the stadium with support from the crowd. The Paraguayan Police escorted the visiting fans, but even so, some objects hit the buses upon arrival at the stadium.
Some buses with Fluminense fans were stoned upon arrival at Defensores del Chaco. According to fans, one of the trains ended up passing through a place with a large concentration of Olímpia fans. pic.twitter.com/Dq8fKOt57A
—Daniel Kaiser (@DanielKaiser__) August 31, 2023
The windows were damaged – but not broken – and the bodywork of the vehicle was dented. According to fans present at the scene, one of the trains ended up passing through a large concentration of Olimpia fans.
Tricolor has a 2-0 advantage on the scoreboard after winning the first leg. Even ahead on aggregate, Fluminense is already scheduled with a “daring” team a la Fernando Diniz, with four forwards.