Updated 3 months, 3 weeks ago

Football joined Latin American countries as one

The 28th of November of 2016 will be remembered as a day of mourning for the football worldwide after the tragic event lived by the Chapecoense Brazilian football team and all the details behind the accident.

Out of all pain and the sadness that came with the catastrophe that joined the event supposed to give the team, the families and the fans endless happiness, something magical happened. Thousands of people gathered at the Arena Condá stadium in Brazil and Atanasio Girardot Stadium in Colombia to pay tribute to the players of the Brazilian football team Chapecoense who died when the plane in which they traveled crashed near Medellin, Colombia.

Both places were connected in aims of paying tribute to Chapecoense, two Latin American countries together, feeling the same. And in addition to this, all Latin American countries have also been very supportive with the tragedy and some football teams of the region are going to use a t-shirt remembering and honoring the Brazilian team victims.

With all of this being said, we get an incredible view. What happened with the Chapecoense team, ironically joined Latin America in many ways, and made it look like one. In few words, we, Latin America Post, vehemently think that out of the tragedy there is hope left, for Latin America to feel we are all the same, to stop dividing and instead start adding and including, not only when misfortunes fill the air with pain, or when the time is showing a nice face, but every day and every time.