The Santiago Bernabéu will live on Wednesday another of those European nights that will be remembered in the history of Real Madrid. Despite the result of the first leg in Turin, where the white team started the tie with a legendary match (0-3) that left Cristiano's artwork in the form of Chilena, the Real Madrid fans will fill their stadium to push his team to the eighth consecutive semifinals in Champions.
And he will do it by drawing one of those pictures that adorn the previous ones of the matches, the minutes before 20:45 hours, when the ball will roll on the pitch of the Bernabéu , the home of the Champions League. THE SPANISH can advance how the great mosaic will be displayed in the south of the Santiago Bernabéu . A typhus that also represents very well the current state of mind in Real Madrid.
A great shark with an open mouth will be the protagonist of the mosaic, which will be composed of a na large canvas that will start from the third amphitheater to the bottom of the stands . In the fourth amphitheater, the tallest of those that make up the south bottom of the Bernabéu, you can see the word “Kiev” formed with cardboards a city in which this year, on Saturday, May 26, play the final of the Champions League where Real Madrid seeks to continue making history and win its Thirteenth European Cup, the third consecutive and fourth in five years.
Accompanying this shark 'hungry' for the most important football world title will be the motto with each word on both sides of the image, 'Great White' (19459006). On both sides of the canvas, purple flags that simulate the waves of the sea.
This is how the Santiago Bernabéu will receive Real Madrid in this important match of the Whites in the Champions League, their favorite competition and in which they have placed all the hopes of winning. In addition, among the white fans there is great optimism after the elimination of two of the favorite teams, Barcelona and Manchester City, and especially for the goodbye of the Catalans after the humiliating thrashing they suffered this Tuesday in Rome.