This is what the locker room looked like hours after the game.
Dassler MarquesDirecto desde Sao Paulo
Two blood marks on the wall, wood partitions ripped off the wall and a lot of destruction. This was the aspect of the visiting locker room, used by the Tigre players, in Morumbi stadium. The locker room was the scene of the 'duel' between the Argentineans and the security team of Sao Paulo, which forced the second half of the final to not be played on Wednesday.
Upset at the condition of the locker room, local officials opened it up to the press at 1:30 a.m. That way it was possible to prove that various wooden divisions had been ripped off the wall to serve as weapons for the Argentineans who had refused to play the second half of the game saying there was a lack of security and they had been threatened with guns.
"They generated the incidents then showed us revolvers. They are cowards, because man to man they couldn't handle it. That way, we're not play the second have. There are no guarantees. They took out weapons and threatened us," said the trainer Nestor Gorosito to Fox Sports in Argentina.
The Sao Paulo vice president, Carlos Augusto de Barros and Silva, better known as Leco, questioned the blood stains in the locker room.
"That can all be staged. What they say can't be proven, there is no way to blame Sao Paulo for things that came from their own actions and provocations. This is a sad moment. This is a team that doesn't honor the Argentinean tradition. It was a way for them to demerit our conquest," he signaled.
With the support of the Tigres directives, regardless, Gorosito ordered his players to not play the second half. A few minutes after hafltime, on Twitter, the team claimed it would not leave its locker room due to lack of security.