How does the Spaniard feel about watching the ball on the spot? (Source: Netease Sports)
Yesterdays match, the front reporter of Netease Sports also took a camera as a fan, and in the way of the first angle of view, experienced the feeling of watching Spaniards (with Alawis) and Wulei on the spot.
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Start for the Spaniard Stadium:
Barcelonas Largest Station
Metro tickets in Barcelona
A small train in Barcelona
Arrive in the town of Cornea where the Spaniard Stadium is located:
Cornella Town Business Street (Spanish Main Place)
Spaniards usually rest on weekends, Carnival in the evening, sleep until noon the next day, lunch time is usually around 2 p.m. (even if it is not weekend, even if it is not carnival, the normal lunch time is 2 p.m. local time). The match between Spaniards and Alawis kicks off at 1 p.m. local time.
Meet beautiful Spanish fans on the road
Spaniards Home and Outside
Indoor Exhibition Hall
Off-court band lead singer
Enter RCDE Stadium to watch the ball:
Pre-match opening song - all up to sing the home team song (excluding visitor fans, of course)
Wu Leis fans applauded
Chinese Elements in Spanish Stadium
The fans were still singing when they left the field.
Source: Netease Sports Author: Editor-in-Charge of Ye Xiangrui: Xu Zexin_BJS4919