The players of the FC Barcelona, in a moment of tension with the ones of the Granada

Regrettable images

The fans of the Granada did not leave to the Barça celebrate the title

Published:14/05/2016 - 19:11h

Updated:14/05/2016 - 19:12h

When finalising the Granada CF-FC Barcelona there was a total invasion by part of the local fans that did that the Barcelona footballers had to escape quickly of the stadium. The culés were victim of the regrettable performance of the security of the stadium

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Few times have seen images so regrettable like which took place in the New The Cármenes after the end of the party between Granada and FC Barcelona where the Barcelona proclaimed champions of the League BBVA 2015-2016. When the referee whistled the end of the meeting and all the Barcelona bench went in in the terrain of game to celebrate it, cientos and cientos of fans invaded the green and did impossible the celebrations.

For this reason, the cracks of the Barça had to leave the field being, literally, pushed by the grenadian fans. In the meantime, the security of the stadium commissioned to cover the two benches of the field… When no longer there was anybody there.

Therefore they could not repeat images like the ones of the past season in Vicente Calderón or of other campaigns in which the Barcelona players did pineapple and danced on the lawn, celebrating a totally deserved title and that only had to win they. It will be necessary to see if the LFP takes measured for future cases and also if it sanctions to the Granada.

And it is that as it could see in the images, this big quantity of fans could have caused a tragedy on the field. Even there was varied inflate barcelonistas that defended and did of shield so that the players could go in in the changing room without having any problem.

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