Malam Duka di Arena Condá

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CHAPECO, BRAZIL - NOVEMBER 30:  Fans pay tribute to the players of Brazilian team Chapecoense Real at the club's Arena Conda stadium in Chapeco, in the southern Brazilian state of Santa Catarina, on November 30, 2016. The players were killed in a plane accident in the Colombian mountains. Players of the Chapecoense team were among the 77 people on board the doomed flight that crashed into mountains in northwestern Colombia. Officials said just six people were thought to have survived, including three of the players. Chapecoense had risen from obscurity to make it to the Copa Sudamericana finals scheduled for Wednesday against Atletico Nacional of Colombia.  (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

Pada hari Rabu (30/11) puluhan ribu pendukung setia Chapecoense memadati stadion kesayangan mereka, Arena Condá Stadium untuk mendatangi acara penghormatan bagi para skuat yang mengalami tragedi kecelakaan pesawat di Kolombia.

Ya, tentu ini hal yang sangat berat. Bukan datang untuk menonton pertandingan, namun mendoakan para pahlawan Chapeco yang gugur di tengah perjalanan menuju ‘medan perang’.

Sebanyak 77 orang harus meninggal dunia akibat tragedi tersebut. Tentu ini adalah sebuah kehilangan besar Chapecoense. Sebuah klub yang belum dikenal banyak orang, namun performanya dianggap sedang melonjak pesat, dan mengingatkan banyak orang dengan perjalanan Leicester City saat ini.

Berikut adalah kumpulan momen-momen saat fans berkumpul di Arena Condá Stadium. Mereka tetap bernyanyi, namun tidak sedikit pula yang gagal menahan air matanya.

#ForcaChape!

CHAPECO, BRAZIL - NOVEMBER 30: Fans pay tribute to the players of Brazilian team Chapecoense Real at the club's Arena Conda stadium in Chapeco, in the southern Brazilian state of Santa Catarina, on November 30, 2016. The players were killed in a plane accident in the Colombian mountains. Players of the Chapecoense team were among the 77 people on board the doomed flight that crashed into mountains in northwestern Colombia. Officials said just six people were thought to have survived, including three of the players. Chapecoense had risen from obscurity to make it to the Copa Sudamericana finals scheduled for Wednesday against Atletico Nacional of Colombia. (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

Fans berkumpul dalam stadion sebelum acara dimulai.

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