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Fernando Torres with Madrid City Mayor Martínez Almeida during the World Cup 2010 commemorative event (11-07-20)
Fernando Torres with Madrid City Mayor Martínez Almeida during the World Cup 2010 commemorative event (11-07-20)
Fernando Torres with Madrid City Mayor Martínez Almeida during the World Cup 2010 commemorative event (11-07-20)
Fernando Torres with José Luis Martínez-Almeida -mayor of Madrid- and Andrea Levy -councillor for Culture-

“It was an incredible time of union for our country”

Fernando Torres has attended the main commemorative event for the 10th South Africa World Cup triumph anniversary. Emblematic Madrilenian Plaza de Colon has been the place of the meeting with the fans to celebrate the anniversary.d, Del Bosque has

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11-07-2020

Madrilenian Plaza de Colón has hosted the main commemorative event for the 10th anniversary of Spain's victory in the South Africa World Cup. To the emblematic gazebo, a place where the competition was followed ten years ago through giant screens, they have attended one of the forwards of that historic team, Fernando Torres, and political authorities such as the mayor of the city, José Luis Martínez Almeida or the councillor for Culture, Tourism and Sports, Andrea Levy. The fans, complying with the established sanitary measures, have been able to take a close look at the World Cup and photograph themselves with it.

On the Plaza de Colón around 300 people have been passing by the World Cup trophy and a ‘Jabulani’ ball signed by the players who won the World Cup. All under a sanitary protocol that included safety distance in the queue and cleaning of the showcase after each photograph.

The most exciting time of the morning has come when Fernando Torres has taken the stage, who remembered the achievement of the first World Cup in the history of Spain with great affection: “They were six magnificent years and a moment of great enthusiasm and joy; I have never experienced anything like it in my career again. “

“We all remember that time as a six-year magnificent period before winning the World Cup. It was a moment of incredible union in our country, of joy, with an awesome commitment of the team I’ve never seen in my career”, he said.

“Ten years after here we are, celebrating that triumph. Hopefully, a new generation will get it again. It was a very important moment for Spanish sports, not just for football”.

“We were self-confident, we knew that we had the whole country supporting us, that we were all together. The view of all the people during the parade on Madrid was spectacular, something you will have on your mind forever. Impossible to forget”.

In addition to Torres, they have been on stage accompanying the former national team player, José Luis Martínez Almeida, mayor of Madrid, and Andrea Levy, councillor for Culture, Tourism and Sports, all of them dressed in the Spanish shirt. “They made us cry with happiness and I want to highlight the human quality of the group and, above all, that of Del Bosque, who is an excellent person and was an excellent coach, “said Almeida.