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In the land of Juanfer Quintero, the hero of the 2018 Libertadores, there was spending for the final in Madrid.

Time passes but the loaded ones continue. In Buenos Aires, in Asunción, and also in Medellín. As in the previous match between Boca and Libertad, River fans managed to welcome the city to the squad xeneize who visits this Thursday to DIM from 21.

In the land of Juanfer Quintero, the hero of Libertadores 2018, River fans in Colombia hung parades and posted posters remembering that unforgettable final in Madrid.

Welcome to the land of Quinteroooooooooo! “, Reads one of the parades, which also bears the date 3-1 at the Bernabéu (” 9-Dec-18 “) and the phrase” We ruined their lives. “

The photos that transpired show two people (one with a hood, another with a Photoshopped face) holding the sign at the door of the Atanasio Girardot stadium and another placing the parade on the railing of a bridge in Medellín.

The posters, with the same captions and an image with Quintero’s characteristic celebration, appeared stuck on electricity cabinets and garbage cans in the city center.

Juanfer, who scored River’s second goal in Madrid, was born in Medellín and came to play for a semester with the DIM shirt, at the beginning of 2017, just before his arrival at River. In River he scored 12 goals in 61 games and won 4 titles.

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