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Derby Days is back with a bang as we take the entire series to Spain to discover the incredibly unique rivalries that make up this obsessed football nation! For the big finale, we have left the biggest and best to last, the Seville Derby, the fixture everyone in Spain considers the most heated rivalry in the entire country! But even we couldn’t have prepared ourselves for what we come up against as one of the most historic results in the derby’s history played out! Watch to see what happened…

Derby Days ha vuelto en grande y los llevamos a España para descubrir las rivalidades mas unicas que forman parte de esta nacion obsesionada con el futbol! Esta vez es Asturias, donde hemos descubierto dos tipos de fans que lo único que puede sobrepasar su amor por su equipo es el amor por pelear por su equipo. Después de no jugar por 14 años, cuando por fin se enfrentaron, hemos vivido un partido, discutiblemente mas caótico que nada que hemos visto!




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41 comentarios en «Derby Days: Sevilla | The Big One»

  1. I was at the derby at the Pizjuan in 2019. It was utterly mental. My team in Spain is Racing (because I lived in Santader, although I have a huge soft spot for Gijon), so I should support the team wearing green, but the Sevilla fans were so lovely I had to side with them. Betis supporters were a bit, dunno, Millwally. I got into the city about four days before the match and the tension was already noticeable. I saw no trouble, and it didn't feel like there would be any. Just complete bedlam.

  2. Great video. You couldn't have gone in a better derbi, not only because of the result but because it was one of the best in the history of derbis ever.
    But there's a mistake about Betis. We have the name because of the Roman name for the river what crosses the city (actual Guadalquivir, former known as Betis).
    Apart from that, just a couple of more things to say.
    Before 2006 (when Sevilla won their first Europa League), basically nobody knew about them outside of Andalucia, as they didn't have many fans, only after they won, they had as many fans they have nowadays.
    Also, in the history of Derbis, Betis has won more than Sevilla until today, so they are the losers in the city xD.
    And talking about losing, what they explained you about what "Manquepierda" means is not exactly like that. The Manquepierda was created when Betis went to 3rd Division and even there, the fans didn't stop going to the stadium, so they said "no matter in what division and no matter what the result will be, we'll never leave Betis alone".
    After that, we won the first Copa del Rey in the history of Democracy in Spain and we were the first team in Andalucia playing Champions League, the same year of Sevilla's centenary (we created the sentence "Lo Cien-to" because of that).
    And just to finish, Sevilla created a song for us because we went a couple of times to Second Division and went back to First, the song says "Nobody know Betis because they're a loser team, going up and going down, they seem an elevator", and after this match we created one what says "Those clowns use to say something about a lift, how they were silent with the hand (5 goals), how much Nervión cried".
    Nice job with this videos man! 😉

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