South America’s Libertadores Cup resumes with new rules

Football action resumes on the continent after a six-month suspension because of the coronavirus pandemic.

South America’s main football competition, Copa Libertadores or the Libertadores Cup, has resumed after a six-month suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Restrictions have been introduced to allow the games to go ahead, as the virus continues to cause havoc across the region.

Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports from Buenos Aires, Argentina.