Minute of silence at Osasuna-Barça by Xana, the daughter of Luis Enrique
Published:31/08/2019 - 18:08h
Updated:31/08/2019 - 18:08h
During the moments before the start of the Osasuna-FC Barcelona an emotional minute of silence was saved by the death of Xana, the daughter of Luis Enrique
FC Barcelona and CD Osasuna confronted in the Sadar this Saturday in the corresponding party to the third day of LaLiga Santander hardly two days after Luis Enrique announced the death of his daughter Xana to the nine years owing to an osteosarcoma, a type of osseous tumor.
In the previous instants to that the balloon began to film, saved a moving minute of silence in memory of the small of the ex trainer of the FC Barcelona and ex seleccionador Spanish. The Asturian was the first technician culé in the last visit of the Barcelona team to the coliseo rojillo.
The footballers of both teams planted in the central circle for homenajear to the small Xana and all the present people in the Sadar showed absolute respect saving silence while the footballers remained embraced in the central zone of the lawn.
The Real Spanish Federation of Football (RFEF) had decreed previously that in all the fields of First Division saved a minute of silence before beginning the corresponding parties to the third day liguera in memory of Xana, that went the past Thursday in a news that heló the world of the sport.
The world of the football, with Luis Enrique and his family
The past Thursday, Luis Enrique published in his Twitter a communiqué in which it announced the demise of his daughter. "Our daughter Xana has died this afternoon to the age of nine years after struggling during five intense months against an osteosarcoma. We thank for all the samples of affection received during these months and appreciate the discretion and the understanding", initiated.
After this, a lot of institutions and personalities of the world of the sport showed his support to the ex player and Barcelona and ex technician seleccionador Spanish and gave him his condolencias after knowing the tragic news.