The players of Atlético de Madrid and Athletic Club got into a fight at the end of the match. The Biscayan team ended up winning 0-1 at the Civitas Metropolitano, taking the lead in the first leg of the Copa del Rey semi-finals.
The Movistar Plus+ Football cameras captured the images of the “final fight of the match after a very tense match.” “After that little touch to Koke… Yuri calling De Paul. ..Bocachancla!”, they describe in Movistar Plus +.
But what does bocachancla mean? According to the Royal Spanish Academy, the synonymous voice for bocazas is bocachancla, and bocacas is a “person who speaks more than discretion advises.”
The Dictionary Castellano defines bocachancla as “the (indiscreet fool) who speaks before his time” or “said of the impertinent person who says things inappropriate for the time or place, or who tells things about which he should keep a secret.”
The tension between the players escalated after a touch to Koke, with Yuri calling De Paul a bocachancla. This led to a heated exchange and ultimately a fight between the players.
The incident marred what was an intense match between the two teams. Athletic Club’s victory put them in a strong position in the first leg of the Copa del Rey semi-finals.
The fight between the players has sparked controversy and discussion among fans and analysts. It remains to be seen what actions will be taken in response to the altercation.
Overall, the match was a display of skill and determination from both teams, but the altercation at the end has overshadowed the game. It serves as a reminder of the importance of sportsmanship and respect on the field.
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