- Chronicle: Wake up from the nightmare
Almost two days after the tickets ran out, and a few minutes after starting the game, the councilman of Podemos, Aitor Morrás , led the resale. "I have two tickets left over and now I don't know what to do," he commented in anguish, as if carrying an illegal commission. Perhaps threatened with the possibility of ceasing to be the people, to become a public office to which they have given three tickets, he finally decided to keep them.
A few meters away, the president of Ibiza, Amadeo Salvo , starred in a very rare scene, at least for a guy who just bought a club. He moved through his own field with a map. The excess of bleachers and, especially, the excess of candidates to occupy them, turned that into a maze. The half hour before the game made the diagonal through the center of the field more times than it would shortly after De Jong . The first passes the public cheered him, as if thanking him for the miracle, but in the end they decided to pretend not to see him.
That moment, along with that of Pablo Alfaro cheering his players in the center of the field at the end of the game, with almost 7,000 people applauding, which is one of the greatest manifestations in the history of the island, was like witnessing the birth of a club.
'Techno' instead of hymn
The possibility of seeing Barça players with a shirt for the first time aroused an unexpected interest in an Ibiza accustomed to seeing more celebrities any summer day on the beach of Ses Salines. It was almost as weird as going to football on the island. The bewilderment was such that the DJ hired to cheer up the prolegamenes played techno in the absence of a hymn.
At no time did he feel that he was going to start a football game. It was the trap in which Barça fell, a fact that took advantage of the locals to take advantage of the costume they wore of the City. Leo Messi soon became the most chanted player since the preferred stand, just above the Barça bench. "Where is Leo Messi?" They asked as a guasa. Probably the same as Quique Setién wondered.
If the president grabbed a tremendous anger because TV3 replaced the club's shield with the cherries of Pacha, it was not very well understood to turn the stadium into a disco. The vibration moved to portable toilets with people inside. The performance of the DJ was consumed by Antoine Griezmann , who probably prevented the stadium from becoming an after .
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