RIVER PLATE fans clashed with riot police on the streets of Buenos Aires after their side won the Copa Libertadores 6,000 miles away.
A 3-1 victory after extra time over arch-rivals Boca Juniors in Real Madrid's Bernabeu sparked celebrations back home but these developed into violent scenes.
River supporters descended upon The Obelisk, one of Buenos Aires' major monuments and where fans go to celebrate together.
They also headed to the Plaze de la Repulica and set off flares and fireworks.
Others, meanwhile, climbed lamp posts and other buildings to celebrate a fourth Copa Libertadores success.
But fans attacked shops, TV crews and journalists in the Argentine capital city before targeting police with stones and bottles...
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