La Bombonerita, a party: this is how the Boca fan returned

And one night, the Bombonerita was the very Candy box. Because there the fans of Mouth They were able to unload for so long without being able to attend the court. And in the return of the public to sporting events, the basketball game was the perfect excuse. There were songs, dedication to Diego ten months after his death and an impressive climate, which is already beginning to palpitate what will be the return of people in football …

Above, Gonzalo Garcia’s team helped the cause, as they beat Peñarol de Mar del Plata 86-77. In this way, he built his second win in a row in the Super 20 and is a leader only in his group.

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This tournament, which will last one month, is hosted by two cities: Córdoba (up to 900 spectators, with 50% of the total capacity) and Buenos Aires (a maximum of 4,000 fans, with a capacity of 70% as a cap). And the stadiums where the matches will be played will be those of Instituto, Boca, Obras, Ferro and San Lorenzo.

Precisely, in La Bombonerita, the Boca fans returned, who they brought their usual color, as if it were a football game. Of course, this time the restrained desire was such that at times the climate was almost like a Copa Libertadores. There were even papers for the team’s departure. In fact, one of the partisan media, @Cadena_Xeneize, defined the night with one word that says it all: “We returned.”

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In the repertoire of hits, there was a tribute to Diego, ten months after the death of Diez. It was one of the emotional moments of the night, since the xeneizes fans, since then, had not been able to remember Maradona in this way: all together, in a stadium.

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This is how the partisan media saw it

It was, without a doubt, a highly anticipated event, since the entire Boca World was present at the basketball game that was lived as if it were a party. The Battaglia team, meanwhile, will play this Sunday at home against Colón its last game in the Bombonera without people. What is coming will be the superclassic with an audience and then yes, the return of the fans to the Temple on Saturday, October 9, against Lanús.

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