hey flamengo It hasn’t landed in Montevideo yet, but Uruguay is already painting itself red and black. This Tuesday, the final one before Libertadores’ decision was a concentration of red and black fans at the Mercado del Inmigrante in the Punta Carretas neighborhood, to watch the game against Grmio, for Campeonato Brasileiro. hey Lance! Was on site and recorded the meeting.
About 100 Flamengo fans went to a local bar in Porto Alegre to watch Flamengo’s performance, from where the delegation would head to the capital of Uruguay – and train at the Estadio Campion del Siglo from Wednesday to Friday.
Before the ball rolled, the party got underway after a group of fans wearing giant masks from Fla entered the bar. Later, the spree picked up pace, and the songs set the tone for the night. Even Palmeiras was incensed. As you can see and hear in the video below:
During the tied game, Hugo Souza received the highest praise in the first half: “Neneka, Neneka!”, the fans shouted several times.
During the break, a curiosity: after Saturday’s rivals Palmeiras opened the scoring against Atlético-MG in So Paulo, Flamengo fans celebrated and some were excited: “It still works!”.
At the start of the second half, the crowd burst into the first goal by Vitinho, and seconds before the second goal, Vitinho also scored, suffered a connection drop to the Internet supporting the game’s broadcast. Without the game on the screen, the crowd began to sing: “Oh, oh, we want to see the game!”, but then continued to sing songs from the stands.
The image returned to the second stage in just 35 minutes to see Grmio’s equalizer, created by Ferrerinha, in the next minute. The opponent’s first came from Borja six minutes earlier, when the Internet did not cooperate with the Flamengo fans meeting at a Montevideo bar.
The result was not as expected by fans gathered in the Uruguay capital, but the focus is already on next Saturday in Libertadores’ decision against Palmeiras. There was a battery of fans in place and the pagoda would roll over after the final whistle. After practice it’s time to wait for the big game.
And earlier, in the Mercado del Puerto, also in Montevideo, restaurants listened to rubro-negro music, including a caipirinha made by a group of embassy fans in the United States. look below: