The ‘senyera’ will be in Madrid-Barça

The world of football will come to a standstill this coming Sunday when FC Barcelona and the measure of Real Madrid in The classic inside Santiago Bernabéu. Both teams arrive with an important series of undefeated gamesfurther raising expectations for one of the most exciting engagements of the year.

However, this “bump” will have one detail in particular. As he desvelado the journalist of ‘Jijantes’, Gerard Romero, Barça will not play Barcelona in the capital. By an express request of Joan Laporta, the first team will go out on the field of play with the ‘senyera’ T-shirtyellow with red stripes representing the colors of Catalonia.

It wouldn’t be the first time that Barcelona have used this garment to face their rival to the maximum. In the last season, the culé group disputed the party with a special team for the meeting, which mixed the colors of the Catalan flag with the blue and red of the traditional uniform. In this occasion, the passage gave in the Alfredo stadium gave Stefano because of the works at the Bernabéu.

In this campaign, the Blaugrana club has used the ‘senyera’ on several occasions. In Champions, in falls ahead of Bayern Munich and Benfica, both by difference of three goals, and also in the Europe League in front of Napoli, during the victory (2-4) against Diego Armando Maradona. By League, its most recent uses have been in the draw (2-2) against Espanyol and in the victory (0-1) at Alavés.

Barca want to break the bad streak

Despite having an ‘apisonador’ rhythm in League, the truth is that the barcelonistas have failed to win at Madrid in the last five garter engagements. This tipped the balance in favor of the rooms, those who are the favorites to take the three points and extend their advantage to 18 in the photo of Xavi Hernández. Add to that, the merengues arrive with a week offwhile the culés will have to play the Europe League chamber classification this Thursday in front of Galatasaray.

Despite this, the table is set, and everything is aimed at making this Classic different from the previous one, with two teams with clear objectives and a totally different style of play.

Elizabeth J. Harless