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First full in the Wanda Metropolitano in 574 days

First full in the Wanda Metropolitano in 574 days

EI Atlético not only faces a LaLiga classic against Barcelona, ​​they will also be able to celebrate the return of their entire fans at the Wanda Metropolitano. The public restriction came to an end upon entering the month of October and the colchonero fiefdom is decked out to live its first full house since March 7, 2020, when it received Seville a few days before the start of the State of Alarm due to the global pandemic of the coronavirus. Four days later, on March 11, Atlético visited Anfield to beat Liverpool and qualify for the quarterfinals of the Champions League in the last match framed in the ‘old normality’. Since then, the health crisis shook the world, football and practically the entire society stopped, and the sporting return had to take place behind closed doors.

This is how Atlético LaLiga 2020-21 conquered, with the support of its people through television and from outside the stadium and at this start of the season the return of the fans had been taking place in stages, from the 40% of the initial audience that could see the league debut at home against Elche. But all this is left behind, and there is no better party to recover the splendor of the Wanda Metropolitano than by hosting a whole Barcelona. Atlético defeated the Blaugrana team last season thanks to a lonely so much from Carrasco, which ended a winless streak in force in the league since 2010, the date of the last match won by Atlético with fans in the stands in the competition.

Now, Simeone’s men want to repeat their success with all their people in the stadium. Members will be able to use their cards again to access the Wanda Metropolitano, without the need to have withdrawn the previous requests as was the case with the matches with reduced capacity and the club put up for sale the rest of the tickets that were available for complete the 68,000 seats of the Metropolitan. Atlético’s squad also want to become strong again in their stadium, where they were the best team in the competition at home last season, and finish with the streak of three consecutive draws (Villarreal, Porto and Athletic) and 180 minutes without being able to see the goal. The fans will be able to do everything on their part to carry the team on the fly.

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