The intrahistorical story of Oviedo’s ‘false celebration’ in Tartiere: goals that never existed

There were end doses cruelty, surrealism and confusion. Will be remembered for years two Burgos goals that were not and celebrated for all high in a packed Tartiere. For the Oviedo players, they lay on the floor for a few seconds, believing they had finished the League in play-off position. Because of Cuckoo’s act of disbelief. By players who update on results pages.

Because Oviedo’s end-of-season scenario still seems incomprehensible. Facts: With just a few minutes left in Oviedo-Ibiza, the blue team beat Jémez’s team and Tartiere began to roar. “Silly!!!!”. Supposedly a goal from Burgos to Girona. But nothing moved in El Plantío. ‘Fake target’.

But the final fireworks came later, the game was long over and the players retreated into the locker room tunnel. Then – whether the confusion started in the stands or on the roster is still unknown – the players started running towards the Northern Fund, which celebrated a hypothetical goal by Burgos and the consequent promotion. The faces of the Oviedistas in the stands were a poem. There were those who celebrated nothing by assuming everything, those who denied the biggest thing by looking at the phone, and those who were directly unaware of what was going on. Pure surrealism.

But what’s going on there?”, the television commentator wondered. It wasn’t over thirty seconds, but the blues were celebrating a playoff for a North Fund goal for a goal that never existed. “Because they canceled” was heard by the stands. It was wrong: there was nothing. The faces changed from joy to disappointment in a matter of seconds. Between them were the tears of Bastón and Luismi. Matheus glanced at his cell phone and confirmed the obvious: Plantío had not scored.

Oviedo finished seventh after a late night’s bewilderment, except for an awkward ending. To support Oviedo without letting go of the phone, the new transistor of the modern age. Celebrating Borja Sánchez’s goal against Ibiza and then asking, “How’s Burgos doing?” ask. To get excited: “It’s not that hard, why not?”.

In short, to imagine it possible to play the promotion playoffs in the final day of pure tension that Oviedo must win and wait for. That’s what the Cuco team did, smashing Ibiza in front of 21,729 spectators who started the afternoon singing Melendi’s ‘Volveremos’ and said goodbye to the team with a ‘Volveremos a Primera’.

In the first half, the attention was on Tartiere, but after Borja’s goal, all eyes were on Burgos. in the box, it involved tension and lots of handshakes blue among executives, councilors and businessmen. When the long-awaited news arrives at the stadium: Las Palmas’ goal.

Oviedo’s 1-0 win made a mess. Then he came in calm in the first half with little risk. The second could not have started any worse: a draw for Ibiza. Oviedo needed two goals for the playoffs: theirs and Burgos’s. back then nerves appeared with some beeps and murmurs generals.

The stands required courage and the team had it. A few minutes later, Bastón put Oviedo back in the lead. The dream was again a Burgos affair as the clock ticked and the nerves of the dignitaries rose. Suddenly another blow came. Davo’s goal is to make the situation 2-2 with twenty minutes remaining. At the same time, Burgos was close to scoring against Girona. With fifteen minutes left, Oviedo failed to fulfill his part of the plan. Burgos didn’t help either. Femenías saves third for Ibiza, which bottled Oviedo. Tartiere then exploded. And immediately after, he cheered again. It was seven minutes before it was all over. Or go ahead. Femenías again saved a goal and Cuco spoke to best man Borja Sánchez. Meanwhile, another chance for Burgos. Four minutes left and VAR penalized Oviedo for a handball in the area. Bastón made the situation 3-2 and only had one minute left in El Plantío. Then the madness broke out oviedism scoring two imaginary goals and realizing the truth in a few seconds.

Hours before the appointment, already at noon, Oviedo was dressed for a special occasion. The atmosphere of great days is in almost every corner of the city, and a blue shirt is a sign that something is cooking in the capital. The support fireworks, which took place approximately two hours before the match, were accompanied by about two thousand fans waiting for the team bus on the ramp that provides access to the Tartiere car park, amid the blue smoke and the sound of fireworks. Minutes before 18:20, the vehicle set off and madness ensued. Fans, many of whom were young and had never seen Oviedo in the Premier League, chanted “Yes, we can”. “If it’s not this, it will be the next,” said 14-year-old Pablo Feijo, who wore a Borja Sánchez shirt as the flag.

The players banged on the window of the bus to say thank you before entering the locker room. On the outskirts of Tartiere the party continued until game time. Pedro Minor Square was, as always, the epicenter of Oviedismo. “We 100% played the playoffs,” reassured the already-retired Diego Cervero between selfie and selfie as a rock star. one felt moderate optimism. The illusion that grows with the days after the disappointment against Las Palmas.

This feeling was also hidden in the club. “We will win and Burgos will do us a favor,” said Federico González, Carso’s adviser, with some fans outside the stadium asking him about the future sporting director. “I have no idea…”. Manuel Paredes promised the same thing in a conversation with some fans: “You have to trust.” Y I trust oviedism, even celebrated. And will try next year.

There were end doses cruelty, surrealism and confusion. Will be remembered for years two Burgos goals that were not and celebrated for all high in a packed Tartiere. For the Oviedo players, they lay on the floor for a few seconds, believing they had finished the League in play-off position. Because of Cuckoo’s act of disbelief. By players who update on results pages.

Because Oviedo’s end-of-season scenario still seems incomprehensible. Facts: With just a few minutes left in Oviedo-Ibiza, the blue team beat Jémez’s team and Tartiere began to roar. “Silly!!!!”. Supposedly a goal from Burgos to Girona. But nothing moved in El Plantío. ‘Fake target’.

But the final fireworks came later, the game was long over and the players retreated into the locker room tunnel. Then – whether the confusion started in the stands or on the roster is still unknown – the players started running towards the Northern Fund, which celebrated a hypothetical goal by Burgos and the consequent promotion. The faces of the Oviedistas in the stands were a poem. There were those who celebrated nothing by assuming everything, those who denied the biggest thing by looking at the phone, and those who were directly unaware of what was going on. Pure surrealism.

But what’s going on there?”, the television commentator wondered. It wasn’t over thirty seconds, but the blues were celebrating a playoff for a North Fund goal for a goal that never existed. “Because they canceled” was heard by the stands. It was wrong: there was nothing. The faces changed from joy to disappointment in a matter of seconds. Between them were the tears of Bastón and Luismi. Matheus glanced at his cell phone and confirmed the obvious: Plantío had not scored.

Oviedo finished seventh after a late night’s bewilderment, except for an awkward ending. To support Oviedo without letting go of the phone, the new transistor of the modern age. Celebrating Borja Sánchez’s goal against Ibiza and then asking, “How’s Burgos doing?” ask. To get excited: “It’s not that hard, why not?”.

In short, to imagine it possible to play the promotion playoffs in the final day of pure tension that Oviedo must win and wait for. That’s what the Cuco team did, smashing Ibiza in front of 21,729 spectators who started the afternoon singing Melendi’s ‘Volveremos’ and said goodbye to the team with a ‘Volveremos a Primera’.

In the first half, the attention was on Tartiere, but after Borja’s goal, all eyes were on Burgos. in the box, it involved tension and lots of handshakes blue among executives, councilors and businessmen. When the long-awaited news arrives at the stadium: Las Palmas’ goal.

Oviedo’s 1-0 win made a mess. Then he came in calm in the first half with little risk. The second could not have started any worse: a draw for Ibiza. Oviedo needed two goals for the playoffs: theirs and Burgos’s. back then nerves appeared with some beeps and murmurs generals.

The stands required courage and the team had it. A few minutes later, Bastón put Oviedo back in the lead. The dream was again a Burgos affair as the clock ticked and the nerves of the dignitaries rose. Suddenly another blow came. Davo’s goal is to make the situation 2-2 with twenty minutes remaining. At the same time, Burgos was close to scoring against Girona. With fifteen minutes left, Oviedo failed to fulfill his part of the plan. Burgos didn’t help either. Femenías saves third for Ibiza, which bottled Oviedo. Tartiere then exploded. And immediately after, he cheered again. It was seven minutes before it was all over. Or go ahead. Femenías again saved a goal and Cuco spoke to best man Borja Sánchez. Meanwhile, another chance for Burgos. Four minutes left and VAR penalized Oviedo for a handball in the area. Bastón made the situation 3-2 and only had one minute left in El Plantío. Then the madness broke out oviedism scoring two imaginary goals and realizing the truth in a few seconds.

Hours before the appointment, already at noon, Oviedo was dressed for a special occasion. The atmosphere of great days is in almost every corner of the city, and a blue shirt is a sign that something is cooking in the capital. The support fireworks, which took place approximately two hours before the match, were accompanied by about two thousand fans waiting for the team bus on the ramp that provides access to the Tartiere car park, amid the blue smoke and the sound of fireworks. Minutes before 18:20, the vehicle set off and madness ensued. Fans, many of whom were young and had never seen Oviedo in the Premier League, chanted “Yes, we can”. “If it’s not this, it will be the next,” said 14-year-old Pablo Feijo, who wore a Borja Sánchez shirt as the flag.

The players banged on the window of the bus to say thank you before entering the locker room. On the outskirts of Tartiere the party continued until game time. Pedro Minor Square was, as always, the epicenter of Oviedismo. “We 100% played the playoffs,” reassured the already-retired Diego Cervero between selfie and selfie as a rock star. one felt moderate optimism. The illusion that grows with the days after the disappointment against Las Palmas.

This feeling was also hidden in the club. “We will win and Burgos will do us a favor,” said Federico González, Carso’s adviser, with some fans outside the stadium asking him about the future sporting director. “I have no idea…”. Manuel Paredes promised the same thing in a conversation with some fans: “You have to trust.” Y I trust oviedism, even celebrated. And will try next year.

Source: Informacion

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