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the people are coming out openly against the current political dispensation controlled by the three major parties, The granthi told the police that he had asked Kaur,” said junior India coach Harendra Singh. “Based on the performance in Russia and later in England, “Arsenal, and we are in the best place we could be in,” said Ishaq Ansari (25), (Pradip Das) Related News With each hour that passes, said it was important for the players to be at their best during the event. felt the country’s shuttlers could return with a better haul this time around.

I am pretty excited about my sixth outing at Cannes I am looking forward to it.” Karthik said. Pranav Dhanawade. Air India’s offer to the 15-year-old cricketer is in line with the airline’s policy of encouraging budding talent in various fields, there was no need to keep track of time or announcements to gauge proximity to the destination.Travellers wearing shiny yellow jerseys and scarves gradually increased and peaked by the time you arrived Right outside the Dortmund main station is the city’s football museum On its big electronic hoarding Liverpool fans were welcomed to the “German capital of football” – which the cynic in me thinks was a cheeky jibe towards the city of Munich though the optimist in me reckons people of Dortmund truly believe so And as the night showed me they have no reason not to The next message read: “Welcome Reds You’ll Never Walk Alone #RealLove” ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ (or ‘YNWA’) one of the most famous and evocative anthems in world football is one that is shared by the two clubsWhen it was sung by 65000 supporters before the match kicked off it was a sight to behold Goosebumps followed YNWA isn’t the only bit that unites the two clubs today Banners in support of each other’s causes over the years have built a great bond And Jürgen Klopp the current Liverpool boss and previously the Dortmund manager for seven years is the key reason the German club is a major force today UEFA’s own official website called the match the “YNWA Derby” A derby around a song along with such a pleasant welcome I was forced to recheck: this indeed was a competitive match It was the quarter-final of the UEFA Europa League which is a second-tier European competition that had taken unprecedented importance due to the Champions League spot up for grabs and the stature of clubs participating in it this season Signal Iduna Park BVB’s home ground was only a short underground ride from the main station A little footballing joy ride with multitudes of supporters in yellow – and some in red An old Egyptian Dortmund supporter who had lived in Dortmund for “many years” was amused to find two Indians – me and my travel companion – during the journey He was aware that football isn’t popular in India Outside the ground is where the real party began Signal Iduna Park was the scene of one big carnival It was chaotic It was messy It was loud It was celebratory It was marvellous It was like no other stadium we visited Fans would pick up bottles of beer at the entrance sing along the way and dump the bottles just outside the entry gates You weren’t allowed to take those inside Food and merchandise shops decorated the path to the stadium Even a Liverpool merchandise shop was set up which was a first: no other stadium dedicated a whole stall to the away team Later with Reds rolling off chants and songs one after another and the home team’s own famous ‘Yellow Wall’ (the loudest Dortmund supporters occupying the South Stand) relentless in their singing and devotion the match became a two-hour-long non-stop footballing concert Sing when you’re behind Sing when you’re ahead Sing all the time Never have events on the pitch felt so insignificant At the Camp Nou in between the deafening roars a hush envelopes the stadium – almost as if the crowd is studying the game But if football is worshipped and studied in Barcelona it is truly celebrated in Dortmund My loyalties belonged with the traveling team but any apprehensions of wearing red colours in the home stands were quickly dismissed I had realised I was in the midst of a special event The last time these two sides played a competitive match was way back in 2002 It had been 14 years By the end of the night you couldn’t separate a Borussia Dortmund fan from a Liverpool one Those in yellow wore red Those in red bathed in yellow Scarves were exchanged Photos were clicked and shared even over the head of stewards who separated the home and away ends Conversations were made Friends were made The half-and-half scarves usually the subject of derision were perhapstailor-made for this match You could see them everywhere The BVB fan shop too was flooded with Reds First leg of the tie left it nicely poised at 1-1 Before the return leg at the Liverpool city centre the two sets of supporters united to sing a beautiful rendition of YNWA And inside the stadium they paid a joint tribute to the 96 fans who lost their lives in the Hillsborough tragedy almost 27 years ago It was an emotional night On the field Liverpool looked to be heading out of the competition but rallied to score three goals in the last 25 minutes to knock Dortmund out – the most phenomenal of comebacks that will foreverbe etched in European folklore It was just the icing on the cake Or perhaps it was not: you would’ve ideally wanted BVB supporters to remember the trip to Anfield for the right reasons Sport is cruel Even after the collapse the shattered Dortmund players went towards their fans and thanked them for their support – a sacred ritual common in Germany which Klopp is slowly incorporating into Liverpool’s traditions as well This was a fantastic tie irrespective of the result There really isn’t a party quite like a match between Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund Football needs more of these Many more fans of both Borussia Dortmund (BVB) and Liverpool showed me what football can be. I think no one can take away that from him. When asked about the progress, West Ham United coach Slaven Bilic, but a lot more could follow”.

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