Before the game, the Brazilian correspondents in Montevideo only talked about the majority of Flamengo fans there in the Uruguayan capital.
Some even said that it was possible to conclude that what was seen on the streets of the neighboring country were around eight rubro-negro for every Palmeiras fan.
But my friend, when the ball rolled it looked like it was the other way around.
The feeling was that the game was being played at Allianz Parque!
The Palmeiras fans, even in smaller numbers, gave a show and a class from the stands to the Flamengo fans.
Maldosos, like Mauro Beting, talked after the match until Anitta sang for a longer time than the flamenguistas (laughs).
But that’s why I say that Fla has, yes, the biggest outsourced fans in Brazil.
Many supporters across the country.
But the fan (REALLY FANS!!!) is the Palmeiras.
Just like the wonderful fans of Galo and Timon!
But the Flamengo fans can redeem themselves tomorrow, if they put 90,000 fans in Maracanã to see the Vulture lose another title.
Then, yes, I’m going to take my hat off to the red-blacks.
But that they paid me back in Uruguay, they did!