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Barcelona To Pay Tribute To Terror Attack Victims By Wearing Unique Shirts To Face Real Betis

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Barcelona players will not have their names on the back of their jerseys for their league opener against Real Betis.

Club’s stars will play with ‘Barcelona’ on their shirts instead of names this weekend

And in its place the Catalan stars will have ‘Barcelona’ written on their shirts in tribute to Las Ramblas terror attack victims.

The club will also observe an emotional minute silence in remembrance of those who lost their lives in the recent terror attack on the city.

Police locked down the area after the terror attack in Barcelona

Terrorists killed 13 people and injured 64 in Barcelona as they drove through the tourist district Las Ramblas in a rented van mowing down helpless pedestrians.

Police have confirmed that one man has been arrested while another has been reportedly shot dead in a fight with the cops.

People flee the scene in Barcelona after a white van jumped the sidewalk in the historic Las Ramblas district

Pandemonium broke lose after the horrific incident and cops wearing black and carrying machine guns were spotted raiding the Boqueria open-air market and were also assisted by regular police forces armed with pistols.

Today King Felipe led a minute’s silence as Barcelona stood to remember those killed along Las Ramblas

According to reports, the van escaped a security checkpoint hitting three police officers before mowing down terrified tourists on Las Ramblas.

The front of the short will also has the #TotsSomBarcelona

The Barcelona stars will wear black armbands and will also have #TotsSomBarcelona written on the chest of their shirts.

Barcelona were given permission from the Royal Spanish Football to make the changes to the home shirt.

Barca stars

Barcelona and Real Madrid players joined the football world to pay their tributes to terror attack victims in Las Ramblas.

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Suarez and Gareth Bale were among the many other players in Spain who took to social media to pay their tributes while Premier League stars Alexis Sanchez and Anthony Martial also prayed for the victims.


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Que Deus conforte o coração dessas famílias ??

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Deeply saddened by the attack on our city. All our thoughts are with the victims, their families and with the people of Barcelona. Con el corazón encogido por el ataque a nuestra ciudad. Toda la fuerza y estima para las víctimas, sus familiares y ciudadanos de Barcelona. Amb el cor encongit per l’atac a la nostra ciutat. Tota la força i estima per a les víctimes i familiars, i pels ciutadans de Barcelona. C’est avec le coeur noué après l’attaque de notre ville que nous transmettons toutes nos pensées aux victimes et à leurs proches à Barcelone. Kami berduka atas serangan yg menimpa kota kami. Doa kami tertuju untuk para korban, keluarganya, dan semua orang di Barcelona. FCバルセロナは、バルセロナの中心地で起きた襲撃事件に深い悲しみを覚え、被害者とご家族の皆様にお悔やみ申し上げます。バルセロナの皆様に、力が与えられますように。 Kentimize yapılan saldırı sebebiyle çok üzgünüz. Kalbimiz kurbanlarla, onların aileleriyle ve Barselona halkıyla birlikte. نعرب عن خالص تعازینا ومواساتنا لعائلات ضحایا الهجوم الذي شهدته مدینة برشلونة عصر الیوم #TotsSomBarcelona

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Que Deus conforte todas as famílias ????? #PrayForBarcelona te quiero BARCELONA

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Anirban Das
Anirban Das's journey to Delhi via Kolkata involves football, music, curiosity (which one day can kill the cat) and food. Following global football opens up an infinite space within him in both the conscious and subconscious self, away from the din and bustle of the madding crowd. Supports Manchester United & Barcelona

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