September 22, 2020: River Plate destroyed Peruvian club Binacional 6–0 in a Copa Libertadores match. They had beaten the same club 8–0 in a March 2020 meeting, before the coronavirus pandemic delayed the tournament.
March 7, 2020: Although River Plate fans didn’t realize it, their club’s 1–1 draw with Atletico Tucuman cost them a share of Argentina’s Premier Division championship. Boca Juniors won that day and was one point ahead when the season ended due to the coronavirus. Rafael Santos Borre led the club with 12 goals.
August 17, 2019: River Plate destroyed defending league champion Racing Club 6–1, with Rafael Santos Borré scoring twice. It was the most goals the club had scored against its longtime rival since 1962.
March 14, 2018: River Plate defeated Boca Juniors 2–0 in the Supercopa Argentina. Ignacio Scocco and Gonzalo Martinez scored for River Plate, which won the Supercopa in 2014 and 2016.
December 9, 2017: River defeated Atletico Tucuman 2–1 to win the Copa Argentina for the second time in team history. Ingancio Fernandez scored the winning goal early in the second half. Midfielder Enzo Perez was named Man of the Match.