The best meme of the final of Glass


This is the best meme of the final of Glass Barça-Alavés

Published:28/05/2017 - 10:22h

Updated:28/05/2017 - 10:25h

It was one of the most amused anecdotes of the final of Glass of the King between the Barça and the Alavés. In the narration of Telecinco, Manu Carreño empeñó from the minute one in calling to Paco Alcácer with 's', Alcáser, something that did not understand anybody

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That Twitter takes out tip to everything, know it to spare. But there is a detail of the final of the Glass of the King that has been of the most commented of the night: the form in which Manu Carreño, narrator of Telecinco, pronounced the surname of Paco Alcácer, forward of the Barcelona.

Because Carreño did not say Alcácer but "Alcáser". One and again. And the tuiteros have not had mercy with him, doing that "Alcaser" was 'trending topic' during the celebration of the party.

The meme of the final could not be another, because in spite of the typical related with the hymn and the King, this was the newest in another historical night for the barcelonismo. 

Alcácer Claimed with a remarkable meeting

Change of team never is easy, and if your destination is a FC Barcelona in which it plays the one who a lot of consider the best forward of the world, the adaptation turns into a capital problem. This had to think Paco Alcácer to his arrival to the Barcelona club, but without doing noise and with a lot of work the Valencian won a place.

After some starts complicated, cost him eleven parties première with the zamarra culé, the ex player of Valencia was improving his performance, until finish the season of the best possible way, with a goal and a title, the Glass of Rey.

The balance of his first campaign, in which it went clearly of less to more, can value as positive, after 27 meetings contested in which it has left eight goals and four assistances.

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