"There has never been a (Libertadores) final between Boca and River and it will be a historic opportunity," Dominguez said on Friday.
"This match between two great teams has attracted interest all over the world."
Dominguez paid tribute to the famous Buenos Aires rivals for "giving us the opportunity to take South American football to a world level."
"Boca fans are proud to have reached this final, it must be enjoyed in peace," Angelici said.
The decisive second leg of the final will be played on November 24 at River's Monumental.
Boca are aiming for their seventh Copa Libertadores title while River are hoping to be champions for a fourth time.
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