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A Game To Honor Chapecoense in Barcelona

FC Barcelona played a game against Brazilian club Chapecoense on Monday, decimated last November by an air crush. A tribute was paid to the victims and survivors.

The symbol is strong. On Monday, Chapecoense met FC Barcelona for an emotionally charged match. Last November, the team was decimated by a terrible air disaster. Only six survivors, including three players, miraculously escaped death. At Camp Nou, Lionel Messi's teammates then met those of Hélio Hermito Zampier Neto who was accompanied by his two teammattes Jackson Follmann - who lost a leg in the tragedy - and Alan Ruschel. All three had difficulty hiding their emotion during the meeting, they who saw their friends leave too soon. At the time of the fictitious start of the meeting, in front of 65,000 spectators, they burst into tears, the memory of the drama still in mind.
At the end of the game which ended in a 5-0 for Barcelona, ​​Ruschel and Messi swapped their shirts. "I am one of the happiest of men, because I s…

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