This is the moment when Barcelona fans in Spain’s capital will know if they are on the right track for Champions League glory.
The game against Sevilla on Wednesday will give them that moment.
But if you want to understand why Barcelona fans are so excited about the chance to win the Spanish top-flight, you have to understand how Barcelona are so desperate to make it to the next round.
It all began last March, when the Catalan giants knocked out Real Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final at Camp Nou.
The two sides battled through the first half and then the second leg of their quarter-finals, in which Sevilla prevailed 2-1 thanks to goals from Javier Mascherano and Alvaro Morata.
It was the first time in the club’s history that they had beaten a top-four side in the competition.
Barcelona fans began to show up on the streets and, after Madrid won the first-leg 3-2, the celebrations began.
Barça supporters are known to be a strong group of fans.
They hold special celebrations at the end of matches and on the eve of matches when they feel they have won something, which is a bit like how they felt when Real Madrid lost to Barcelona in the last Champions League game.
But this time, the celebration was more personal for the fans.
On March 18, 2017, the Barca players travelled to Camp Nou to celebrate.
They had travelled from their training ground, the Camp Nou, to the city of Barcelona, for a game against Real Madrid.
It turned out to be the most successful team-building trip in the history of the club.
When the players arrived in Camp Nou on March 24, they were greeted by thousands of fans and the stadium was full.
It was a big moment for the club and for the city.
The fans were so passionate and the atmosphere was unbelievable, that the players wanted to celebrate with them, but they had to cancel the trip.
The players were very emotional.
They were happy and very proud, but the fans were very sad.
It’s the most difficult moment to leave your team, because you feel like you lost everything, but it was a very emotional moment for them.
They wanted to be there, but there was no time for them to be.
So they left and went to a hotel.
There was a feeling that there was a lot of pressure on them.
They went to the hotel.
The hotel was full, but a lot less than they expected.
They weren’t sure how they would go about it.
We asked the hotel to tell them, “You can go anywhere you want, but you won’t have to wait until the end.
If you have the money, you can go to your hotel and go to the club or you can just stay in the hotel.”
So they decided to stay there.
They slept in the car and the next morning, they woke up and they were in Barcelona.
They got a hotel room and a coach drove them to the stadium.
They went through the gate, and there were a lot more people there.
We didn’t know if we were going to be able to go through, but we just went through.
It took us about 10 minutes.
It looked like it would be easy.
We were in front of a beautiful, empty stadium.
But we knew there would be a lot people, so we stayed and we enjoyed it.
We stayed for another hour, but then we got up and walked to the training ground and started training.
Then we went to see Real Madrid, because we knew that the team was going to win.
The first leg was the most emotional, because it felt like the city was going through a crisis.
The fans were all out, the media was out.
We thought, ‘This is it, we’re going to lose this game, but at least we’ll be in Barcelona.’
It was so emotional.
I don’t think we’ll ever forget the moment we got to Barcelona.
The atmosphere was absolutely unbelievable, because the fans who were standing outside the stadium, the fans of Sevilla, the people who were sitting on the terraces were all celebrating with us.
We had to be calm.
The second leg was even more emotional.
There were a few people outside the pitch, and they stood up and sang a song, a song that we are very proud of, that we sang with our team.
We wanted to show them that we can achieve everything we set our sights on.
We couldn’t do anything else.
But the fans, as always, are very happy and they don’t care what happens next.
They just want to be with us and support us, because they know that we’re good and that we’ll get everything we want.
I was in Barcelona for the first two weeks after the game with Real Madrid and I can say that I was not able to leave my team. I didn’t