An injury-hit team impressed greatly in taking three points from the Elephants' Graveyard in Santa Fe and the trainer praised his reserves for a job well done
Missing their entire first-choice attack through injury, including the talismanic Juan Roman Riquelme, a goal in each half from Nicolas Blandi was enough to give the away team a 2-0 victory.
Speaking after the final whistle, Falcioni could not hide his admiration for a gutsy performance in Santa Fe.
"Tonight, the team gave a fantastic demonstration of how football should be played," the coach beamed in the post-match press conference.
"Boca controlled the tempo throughout the game and we had the best chances of the match. We were impressive and we had a lot of opportunities. We could have even secured a bigger advantage."
Boca are six points clear in the Apertura standings, with Atletico Rafaela their closest challengers. Boca's next test comes against second-placed Rafaela, whom they will host on Sunday evening.