From an exciting first leg to the violence at the Monumental, relive all the events that turned this historic Copa Libertadores final upside down.
Boca Juniors fans lined the streets of Buenos Aires to give their team a big send-off as they began their journey to Madrid for the second leg of the Copa Libertadores final.
Sid Lowe describes the reaction in Spain to Madrid hosting the Copa Libertadores final and why some of it doesn't sit right with him.
ESPN's Ricardo Ortiz joins the FC crew to discuss how justice can be served following the violence outside El Monumental at the weekend.
Spanish police announced they have stopped a "most significant and dangerous" supporter from entering the country ahead of Sunday's Copa Libertadores final second leg between River Plate and Boca Juniors in Madrid.
The person who arrived at Madrid's airport on Wednesday evening was not named by authorities and has been sent back to Argentina.
Police said in a statement: "Police last night detected at Madrid's Adolfo Suarez Airport one of the most significant and dangerous Barras Bravas [ultra fans],…