blitzen awards, now in their own post!

You asked for it. You begged for it. You got it! blitzen awards in their own sexy post! I’m sorry it couldn’t be longer, but I’ve had a very busy day. Do feel free to add your own suggestions in the comments!

That’s Zamora Award: “When the ball hits your eye like a big pizza pie…” Victor Valdes is still on track for his fifth Zamora, but the three goals conceded last night didn’t do his coefficient any good. It has gone up from 0.70 to 0.79 (although Marca still hasn’t updated their stats, seemingly). Saving penalties is the one area where Victor is inferior to Casillas, and he should practice them more, especially if we are going to give away silly ones like that.

MOTMOTM Award: Who says the Man Of The Match has to be the best player? I’m giving this one to Dani Alves, who singlehandedly (see what I did there?) changed the momentum of the game and gave Granada a glimmer of hope that they could get a result. I can actually give Dani a bit of a pass for the second penalty—it was dumb, but it was also a totally reflexive brain-fart moment that could happen to anyone and probably will. The foul that led to the first penalty, though, was completely moronic. What on earth was he thinking?!? Ridiculous. Props to the Granada player who led him into it, mind you. Great gamesmanship.

Look Behind You! Award: I can’t be the only one who saw the t-shirts the Barcelona players were wearing in honour of Fabrice Muamba and had flashbacks to Panto season? (The shirts said “Fabrice!!!! We are behind you!” in English.) Expressions of support, or creepy stalkers?

Reduce. Reuse. Regift. Award: And speaking of shirts, I asked about this on twitter but no one answered me—what do they do with all those supportive t-shirts after the game? Surely the players don’t keep them to wear again. Are they recycled? Donated? Are there little kids in Africa running around with “Anims Abi!!!” shirts?

Movin’ On Up Award: Xavi started his senior career at Barça as a defensive midfielder, coming in to replace an injured Guardiola. Later his coaches moved him further up on the pitch to a more attacking role. Pep in particular has encouraged Xavi to move forward into a scoring position more often.  Now Xavi seems to believe he is a central forward, and scores like one! He has 10 league goals already this season, more than either Fabregas (9) or Alexis (8). Como un jefe.

Rosell-Cruyff Award For Running Your Mouth: Keita! After receiving a ludicrous yellow card for a foul that wasn’t, he not only presented the ref with his patented “Who, me?” face, but went so far as to put his arm around him in a “This must be a joke!” gesture. Good effort for a first-time winner in this category.

Stolen Thunder Award: Poor Cuenca. He had a brilliant match, the best we have seen him since he crashed awkwardly into the spotlight last summer. He used the left wing to great advantage, outmanoeuvred his opponents and sent lots of great crosses into the box, two of which resulted in goals. Then Tello comes on and scores another goal and he’s the bright young thing once again. It’s OK, though. I noticed that everyone, and especially captain Puyol, went out of their way to congratulate Cuenca on his assists, so they know how good he was. Suck it, Tello. (I kid! Tello is awesome.)

It Rains But it Pours Award: Adriano. Injury. ‘Nuff Said. At this rate we will be calling on the Cadete B players. Anyone know what position Tito Vilanova’s son Adria plays? 😀

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174 Comments

  1. hansh
    March 21, 2012

    Hey, can anyone link me to a picture of the players wearing shirts for Muamba? I came to the match just a minute late and I’d like to see them.

  2. March 21, 2012

    I just want to point out that Alves also totally changed the moment of the match offensively. I’m pretty sure he assisted Messi’s first goal and he definitely assisted Messi’s second which put us up 3-2 and in control.

    I won’t lie, I actually thought Alves had a pretty good match yesterday. The team didn’t funnel attacks through him as much as usual since Cuenca was dominating the poor guy marking him on the left. However he still got forward to good effect and found space and nice passes at crucial times. He will get a lot of flack for the penalties, but thats just a danger of his playing style. 96.4% of the time he gets away with his playing style. Two glaring errors from a match where he played well the rest of the game? He gets a good rating from me.

  3. March 21, 2012

    As for the one-off shirts, what they should really do is collect them up, auction them as limited edition collectors items, and donate the money to charity.

  4. Jafri
    March 21, 2012

    Yay, Blitzen awards get their own post! Good evolution for the team as a whole indeed!

    Also, the EPL is as boring as sin. All the hopeful long balls, big loopy crosses, and that panic that seems to come over the strikers as they approach the opposition penalty area and can’t wait to smack the ball within two seconds and pray it goes in… My La Liga heart hurts when I see this kind of untechnical Neanderthal-esque play.

    Messi might be the greatest player in the World, but I don’t think he would have been able to realise even half his potential in any team in that league.

  5. March 21, 2012

    Yaaaay Blitzen awards without having to trudge through a gazillion comments!

    Agree with you on poor Cuenca. Like having the hot girl in class talk to you only to have a young stud swoop in and steal her away. Though Cuenca had a pretty good game yesterday. A couple of good crosses, that one shimmy-shammy where Messi played him through. Offside. You could tell he really wanted a goal.

    Tello really loves that curler though doesn’t he? Great finish. Hit first time with good speed and accuracy.

    Cuenca or Tello, Tello or Cuenca- just glad they’re both ours.

    • March 21, 2012

      I’m with you, I don’t think it’s a question of either/or when it comes to Cuenca and Tello. I think of them as a package – most effective when they are both there. It might be because they came into the squad around the same time, or because Tello comes on for Cuenca so often, but I think it may have something to do with their contrasting playing styles.

      They play a very different game. Cuenca’s skills revolve around being able to beat a man and make a dangerous cross. Tello relies on his speed and ability to get behind a defense in space. If it seems like I’m painting them as a bit one dimensional… I am – I think both Cuenca and Tello are. That’s not a dig, I think they both have a lot of room for improvement. But right now they are being used to play very specific, specialized roles in the system. That is why they are both so important – they offer different solutions to different challenges.

      One of the most interesting aspects is a trend that has been emerging – Cuenca starts and Tello comes on for him around 70 minutes. It is a very interesting tactical move – Cuenca likes to be able to run at an isolated defender and beat him, then get a cross of. As the match wears on and a defender gets beat a couple times and starts to get tired they start to play closer to Cuenca to try to stop him from turning and running at them. Then Tello comes on, the defender continues to play closer as they have been, and Tello beats the poor tired guy to 3-4 balls in behind (which may not have happened if the defender was standing off like they often do early in the match).

      It’s very interesting to watch, and I think it’s a deliberate tactic from Guardiola. It may also point to how important both players are to each others success.

    • March 21, 2012

      You’re right, they are a bit one-dimensional the two of them. Tello more so I’d say, as Cuenca is very comfortable with close control of the ball. Almost reminds me of Iniesta with his dribbling at times.

      Again, their age is the obvious reason and they have tons of room for improvement. I’d be interested to see how well they go about their business once most defences have had a look at them and try to work at stopping them. Though with Messi attracting the lion’s share of the opposing defences for many more years to come, I suppose it’s safe to say the two of them will have ample time to up their game and add more elements to it.

    • Dani_el
      March 21, 2012

      I believe Tello entered the game replacing Sanchez, and Cuenca changed sides, from left to right, but I get your meaning, that’s actually a pretty smart move. I am wondering about Ibi’s return and about David Villa. Will the club sell Villa and Keita this season? I hope not. I wish for Villa to return to his usual self, so this summer could be the first where we DON’T buy any strikers. We do need a signing on the defense though. A good and confident central striker who can play on either side on emergencies. A Puyol/Abidal clone.

  6. March 21, 2012

    Haha, nice post!

    Poor Cuenca, had a good game, but Tello came on, scored, and all of a sudden his performance was forgotten. Well, if anything is to take out from the Pedro and Bojan conundrum is that there will be a dip in form due to a variety of factors including but not limited to the following: Injuries, a new signing/canterano, complacency, dumbassery, Shakira etc. So one must be able to keep working hard and keep being prepared for whatever plan that may come up in that bald pate of Pep’s.

    Also, wasn’t Keiteeeee’s expression the ‘Huh, what?’ variety?

    This is amazing: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/17460781
    Wish a recovery of this sort happens for everyone.

    And if we were to sell every injury-prone guy, Messi? Iniesta??

    I dunno if people already know this but when it comes to the internet, one should develop a cool, thick head. Kxevin takes a lot of crap for his somewhat different opinions. If you don’t like his opinions, ignore them. I’m sure with the variety of epic writers on the site, I’m sure you’ll find something interesting. Like SoMa’s posts which should be part of school curriculum by now. Take the loveblobs. They’ve singlehandedly ruined the experience of watching a game for me. No game is fun without them. So much fun!

    Even if I disagree with the author, say about the two penalties which I don’t think were – IMO Dani Benitez pushed himself back onto Alves, and had no intent to create a chance. The other was simply hand to ball. No intent on stopping the ball. Even if you interpret it as a PK, the yellow was too harsh – I wouldn’t go so far as to call blitzen anti-Dani or being too critical or not posting enough (:P swidt?). It would accomplish nothing.

    But in the grand scheme of things, none of what we say really matters. What happens on the pitch does. Solely. It’s time people cared less about what other people think as Ramzi pointed out and just enjoy this epoch making team..

    • dean
      March 22, 2012

      You mean ball to hand right?

  7. Ryan
    March 21, 2012

    I’m not sure about those shirts, but I remember listening to an NPR story once about how companies will produce shirts proclaiming the winner of a Super Bowl prior to the game. The eventual losing team’s shirts get sent overseas as donated clothing.

    It’s pretty criminal how bad City look with the glut of great players they have. I think this loss will mean that Barca has the best home league record though. 🙂

  8. messifan
    March 21, 2012

    Thanks Blitz for the post!

    OT: Levante are still in fourth place. Amazing! If they get the CL spot, they’ll get more money but I don’t know if they can get through to the group stage, and that is not good for the league coefficients.

  9. J.Clouseau
    March 21, 2012

    Offtopic :
    Vicente Forés Agent of Jordi Alba denied the predeal rumours between Barça and VCF.Pretty sure he is going to stay @Valencia and extend his contract.

    Imo Barça needs more a tactically astute type of Lb like Abidal is but it’s going to be tough replacing him one day since he is such a uniqué fullback who is able to shut down a huge defencive radius on his own!

    @Villareal vs Real Madrid
    So far so good! But Villarreal are so wastefull should have scored already. Playing like that makes you wonder how they get themselves at 19th Place..

    • J.Clouseau
      March 21, 2012

      Credits to @XimoVcf for the Alba News.

    • Ryan
      March 21, 2012

      Injuries to Nilmar and Rossi really hurt them, not to mention selling Cazorla. They’re putting up a fight, but if EE get one in the 2nd half I’m afraid it’ll be a wash. Come on Senna, you can do it!

    • J.Clouseau
      March 21, 2012

      Yeah agree but i feel they perform better against the bigger Guys more committed, more focused etc. but yes those Injuries as well as some personnal decision did hurt them.

      2 Guys Villarreal players already booked and a upcoming fatiguenes works beneficial for madrid.

    • Ryan
      March 21, 2012

      Pepe is carded, and they had to sub out one of their subs. Have hope! (unless Kari starts watching 😉 )

  10. simple_barcafan
    March 21, 2012

    Arbeloa tug of Neymar…Another penalty call that should be given against EE? ….i know i know..i shouldnt talk abt ref’s and pk’s and that bad stuff but…

  11. Nav
    March 21, 2012

    Villareal has to do better in these 2 v 3 situations if they wish to get a win out of this game.

  12. Ryan
    March 21, 2012

    Red card to Mourinho’s assistant?

    • J.Clouseau
      March 21, 2012

      Yeah for the fourth Time this Season!

  13. Nav
    March 21, 2012

    F*K

  14. March 21, 2012

    Sorry but this league is a joke, the refereeing is so obviously favouring one team over another it is laughable. The pens not given yesterday to us and the pen not given to Villareal today. It really is awful. It is one thing to lose the league to a team that is better than you, I can accept that, but to lose the league to a team that just gets decision after decision going their way, its just not right.

    • J.Clouseau
      March 21, 2012

      The Ref’s are horrible since the 90ties unfortunalty all La Liga Medias and Fans are busy complaining about stupid Conspiracy Theories than discussioning that specific Problem..

  15. Ahmad
    March 21, 2012

    SENNAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
    1-1 WITH 7 MINUTES TO GO

    • Ryan
      March 21, 2012

      And with Ramos sent off!

  16. jordi™
    March 21, 2012

    Senna.His children.I will have them.

  17. Ryan
    March 21, 2012

    Sennazo!

  18. jordi™
    March 21, 2012

    Ramos red.Is this real life? *rubs eyes*

    • Ryan
      March 21, 2012

      Refs have gone insane! Reds for everybody!

  19. blaugranaDOOM
    March 21, 2012

    Now Ozil, this is insane.

  20. jordi™
    March 21, 2012

    ajaja Ozil too.Madrid lost the plot

    • blaugranaDOOM
      March 21, 2012

      The pressure is getting to them for sure. Practically the whole coaching staff has been sent off. Ramos makes a crazy challenge with two forearms and a knee high foot…Ozil…ha ha

  21. simple_barcafan
    March 21, 2012

    hahaha..I love free kicks!!esp against EE!! 🙂

  22. Jackieboy
    March 21, 2012

    jajaja this is just epic!

  23. simple_barcafan
    March 21, 2012

    its raining…no pouring cards in El Madrigal!!!

  24. jordi™
    March 21, 2012

    Mou probably in the car park already with a switch blade.

    • nzm
      March 21, 2012

      😀

    • Nav
      March 21, 2012

      LOL

    • March 21, 2012

      😆

    • Blau-Grenade
      March 22, 2012

      LOL

  25. J.Clouseau
    March 21, 2012

    @Ryan
    Haha ”Senna you can do it!” Yes he can! 🙂

    • Ryan
      March 21, 2012

      He won my respect at Euro08 – he was a close second to Xavi’s man of the tournament. 😀

    • J.Clouseau
      March 21, 2012

      Same here!Classy player.Amazing performance back then.

    • Ryan
      March 21, 2012

      I was hoping we’d get him on a free/small amount a few years ago, before Masch came in, but it’s nice to see him still causing damage in la Liga.

    • J.Clouseau
      March 21, 2012

      Preferred him too over Jefecito but yeah it all worked up good for both parties.

      If only he’d be younger.Could still rocking at La Roja! In replace for Xabi of course 😉

    • Anonymous_69
      March 21, 2012

      I actually thought Senna was by far the best at the Euros that year. I didn’t know much about him then, but he caught my attention. Xavi was getting all the plaudits (rightfully so, Spain couldn’t have won without him), but damn, Senna was amazing, unbelievable. And different from the way he plays for Villarreal. He was a real DM, destroying all the attacks near him.

  26. mom4
    March 21, 2012

    Oh my gosh, I can’t believe this. I love Marcos Senna.So glad he’s healthy again. OH MY GOSH 6 POINTS.

  27. nzm
    March 21, 2012

    OMG – Villareal I love you!

  28. March 21, 2012

    YESSS!!! We trail by 3 6 points. We can at least take this to the final round!

  29. ooga aga
    March 21, 2012

    que locura. hay liga!

  30. lea_terzi
    March 21, 2012

    Wow. what a week 🙂
    2 penalties and a red against Barca. Messi smashes record. 2 reds against RM. Liga suddenly wide oppen. Hope the Submarines survive and bring us more joy in the years to come!

    • Nav
      March 21, 2012

      Liga isn’t wide open. Yet.

  31. simple_barcafan
    March 21, 2012

    I pray that they wont get relegated..

    • J.Clouseau
      March 21, 2012

      Me too would be a sad loss for the League!
      Esspecially since they represent what you can ashieve with less mone.One of the rare well-runned Club’s in La Liga.

    • Ryan
      March 21, 2012

      I think they’ll stay up – their home form is decent at least.

    • blitzen
      March 21, 2012

      Who? Madrid? 😈

  32. ooga aga
    March 21, 2012

    chinks in the armor showing for EE. we are going to drub them when we play them at home.

    and no ozil. no ramos. no moumou. against sociedad this weekend.

    • nzm
      March 21, 2012

      Let’s not get too excited!

  33. simple_barcafan
    March 21, 2012

    lol..Messi breaks a record and everything shatters…Everything…

  34. TITO
    March 21, 2012

    Wow, just wow. Actually, i loved the RED’s more than the draw, enjoyed. 🙂
    Just shows how pathetic losers they are when things dont go their way.

  35. March 21, 2012

    I didn’t watch the game.

    • Ryan
      March 21, 2012

      Gracies!

    • nzm
      March 21, 2012

      And for that, we thank you. 😀

    • mom4
      March 21, 2012

      Good girl. Please resist the urge to watch the EE v R. Sociedad game this weekend we implore you. We thank you and the Basques thank you in advance.

  36. TITO
    March 21, 2012

    Though i think one of Villareal players got 2 yellows in each half but wasnt shown the red. I think i saw it like that.

    • Ryan
      March 21, 2012

      Yep, Ruben got one in the ~20th and ~50th. The ref was pretty horrid on both ends.

    • Jackieboy
      March 21, 2012

      Don’t think he got the first one, seemed as if it was the TV editor’s mistake.

    • Ryan
      March 21, 2012

      Ah, okay. I know the folks at GolTV and Goal.com thought it was him. Thanks for clearing that up.

  37. March 21, 2012

    Well at least they dropped two points. Still doesnt excuse the awful refereeing in this game. Ramos deserved his second yellow, but im not sure what Ozil could have possibly said to get a straight red. He barely speaks Spanish! Villareal could have had two penalties, definitely should have had at least one. How many games is that now, how many points? I am not one of those people who believes in conspiracies I just think the quality of the refereeing is really poor and when you combine that with the constant pressure from Mourinho and his mob (as witnessed today) then you end up with weak refs who dont want to call decisions against them. Look what happened today, on top of that there will be a week of incessant complaining about the ref from Mou. What ref wants to deal with that? The only way it can be stopped is if the RFEF clamp down on this sort of behaviour and that wont happen. You have to fight fire with fire. If they are going to put pressure on the refs then we have to do the same to balance the scales otherwise the refs will always favour them. They should have dropped 3 points today.

    It is nice to see Madrid lose the plot like that though. The pressure is obviously getting to them. We are peaking at the right moment and they seem to be running out of steam. I just hope that this poor officiating doesnt end up making the difference.

    • nzm
      March 21, 2012

      Obviously the Spanish that the dressing room boys have been teaching Oezil just backfired really badly on RM! 😀

  38. mega_tajh
    March 21, 2012

    6pts baby!!!!

  39. Laurentiu88
    March 21, 2012

    Isn’t Mourinho a recidivist a second offender … he must get more than a game suspension!

    Not only the penalty calls went RM’s way but so many free-kicks. I think this time the pressure strategy backfired miserably for them. Maybe referees are not taking it anymore?

  40. Helge
    March 21, 2012

    lol?

    It’s not the first free-kick that Marcos Senna smashes past St. Iker! I’m lovin’ it 😀

    Now our trip to Mallorca will be the most important league match since a very long time. If we win there, with only 2 healthy defenders, I might consider the title race to be not finished yet.

    • Laurentiu88
      March 21, 2012

      true that! 🙂 so unlucky for that second yellow card, but Montoya is a good player. again we will play before RM maybe there’s a chance for more pressure 🙂

      some games we have next!! mallorca, milan, bilbao, milan… hope everybody will be fully fit for this marathon.

      EE after the trip to Cyprus have an interesting trip to Pamplona. they didn’t have a decent away game since sevilla! 🙂

    • March 22, 2012

      Montoya should start against Mallorca. I think the suspension of Alves is not a bad thing considering he will be fresh against Milan. The problem is with Adriano’s injury. That leaves only Puyol as the only Left Back against Milan. Now that means we may have to rest him also against Mallorca. But to start with both Muniesa and Montoya away from home against Mallorca could be very dangerous.

      If the injuries going to pile up, then it’s not only going to afffect the first team but also the B-team.

    • J.Clouseau
      March 21, 2012

      Teneriffe!….Teneriffe!…Teneriffe! *sing* 🙂

      Yeah, Team gotta work their socks off for the win. I’m not sure but didn’t Mallorca always played with a 4-1-4-1 Formation? If yes, a 3-4-3 wouldn’t that bad of a choice.

    • nzm
      March 21, 2012

      Mallorca is playing very well right now. They were robbed of a win/draw against RM at home.

      I’m a tad worried about this game against them – especially given our much weakened backline.

    • J.Clouseau
      March 22, 2012

      Agree with the backline!Their Winger are pretty good so i guess it’s about time for Muniesa starting playing as LB.

  41. simple_barcafan
    March 21, 2012

    …But Pep said..

    • nzm
      March 21, 2012

      Let him keep saying it. 😀

  42. icemel
    March 21, 2012

    Blitzen in the BFB starting 11 at last! Cuenca-esque post!

    ..and what a great pleasure to get the news of “6” here!

    League-ON!

  43. March 21, 2012

    Reports coming in that Pepe also got a 2nd yellow in the tunnel for swearing at the ref..

    • nzm
      March 21, 2012

      Yup – Spanish TV just showed the ref’s report.

      Pepe yelled, “Vaya atraco, hijo de puta” at the ref in the tunnel! 😉

      So that’s Pepe, Ramos and Oezil off the pitch for the next game, and Mourinho and Faria off the bench against Sociedad.

      Sociedad also had a player red-carded tonight. 😀

  44. J.Clouseau
    March 21, 2012

    Now it’s time for Mou to do usuall Buisness : Complaining about the Ref!I don’t like that and yes that include Barças Administration too..

    Pepe also got his second Yellow for yelling @ the Ref : It was a robbery. Son of a..

    Needles to say how I’m happy for that Draw never thought they could make it.

    Good Night everyone 🙂

  45. blitzen
    March 21, 2012

    Just reading the news now. This is amazing! Not just for Barça title hopes, but OMG my Yellow Submarine got a point from Real Mordor!!!!! And it was my lovely Senna who scored!!!

    If there are any gods up there who care about football, please don’t let Villarreal be relegated. The Primera needs them and they are too good to go down.

    Hay Liga! 😀

  46. March 21, 2012

    I won’t get my hopes high about La Liga title, but damn, how good was that?
    Ramos, Ozil, Pep, and Mourinho with red.. If you create drama, you get karma.. 😀

    So happy for Senna and Villareal.. Please don’t get relegated!

  47. nzm
    March 21, 2012

    Talk about controversial games tonight.

    The Valencia-Zaragoza match was a humdinger.

    Valencia score first through Pablo Hernandez, then a Zaragoza player is sent off (2 yellows) in about the 20th minute. A Zaragoza cross is handballed by another Zaragoza player, but Valencia gets pinged and a penalty is awarded to Zaragoza for their own handball! 1-1.

    2nd half – and another Zaragoza player hits the showers early and they’re down to 9 men. But they score – to win the match 1-2!

    Emery and the Valencia team are given a pañolada by the crowd for their (lack of) efforts and booed off the pitch.

    The referees are uniting and closing ranks! 😀

    • Blau-Grenade
      March 22, 2012

      Wow, things seem to have gone wild!!!

  48. mom4
    March 21, 2012

    Blitzen, I think Senna deserves a Blitzen award.

    • blitzen
      March 21, 2012

      I don’t know about an award, but I am trying to trend #SennaSeleccion on twitter! 😀

  49. Helge
    March 21, 2012

    So… Pepe and CR saying they were robbed.

    Can someone who watched the match explain to me why?

    I only read about a not given penalty for a foul on Nilmar, so at first glance Villarreal was robbed.
    Or have there been several goals wrongly disallowed for offside, several penalties not gifted to EE?

    Otherwise it’s very brazen to claim that EE was robbed.

    With apparently up to four players missing the next game, can’t they prepone the Osasuna match to this weakend? 😀

    • sd
      March 21, 2012

      I watched from about 30 minutes onwards of the game. They were not robbed. Madrid dominated possession but they didn’t have that many great chances. In fact the goal that they scored was the best chance they had. Villareal dint really deserve the draw but they sure as hell dint deserve to loose either and Madrid did not play all that well. Nilmar should have had a penalty. I am not entirely sure whether Ozil should have been sent off or not but Ramos should have been. Them saying they were robbed is their typical obnoxious behaviour. Ronaldo didn’t even do that much in the game. The goal was made by Benzema and Ozil yet he ran away like he just scored the most awesome goal. Madrid were far from robbed. This is their typical behaviour. Even on some of the most obvious calls they are up in arms.

    • Laurentiu88
      March 21, 2012

      they were robbed, since the new rule is that not only there won’t be penaltys against them but neither free-kicks!

      did Pepe get a red? or just mentioned in the referee report?

    • sd
      March 21, 2012

      Ahh yes! I was not aware of that. My bad.

      Apparently it was a second yellow so its a red. Not too sure what happened though.

  50. nzm
    March 21, 2012

    Big thunderstorm and heavy rain in Barcelona right now, and today it snowed in Madrid.

    I’m taking it as an omen! 😀

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