Napoli Fans Singing Champions League Song Inside Stadio San Paolo Will Give You Goosebumps
Before Napoli's match with Red Star Belgrade, the Champions League anthem was the only sound that could be heard.
In fact, beIN SPORTS' Tancredi Palmeri posted a video of the iconic song being heard from outside of the Stadio San Paolo.
Honestly, it's incredible to listen to. Check out the video below.
SPORTbible previously reported on how Inter Milan fans created a similar atmosphere at the San Siro in September.
Almost every football fan knows about the Champions League song, but its English translation kind of takes the shine off it.
Napoli beat Red Star 3-1, with Marek Hamšík opening the scoring for the Italian club and Dries Mertens bagging himself a brace.
I Partenopei boss Carlo Ancelotti made a very strong statement ahead of the match.
"Well, I think many people have been surprised seeing Napoli competing with very high-profile teams," he said.
"We have been a real surprise in this group and I think those same people would be even more surprised if we manage to go through the next stage.
"If we don't qualify, instead we can call ourselves... a**hole.
"At this stage of the competition, I truly believe that if we don't qualify we should call ourself a**hole."
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Best atmosphere in the champions league.
- Menx (@Manuel64Ayala) 28 November 2018
Them fans @en_sscnapoli have a great voice on them what an atmosphere :thumbsup:
- sean kelly (@geordie1kenobi) 28 November 2018
Lowkey still rooting for Napoli to win it all
- richards (@mwerichards) 28 November 2018
I just wish the city took better care of this cathedral. The roar alone should be enough for them to get their shit together.
- Sal Bono (@salbonoie) 28 November 2018
Red Star scored a late goal vs. Napoli which means that if Liverpool beat Napoli 1-0, Liverpool go through. Any more goals in the game and they need to win by two clear goals. Seems familiar to something before.- Mootaz Chehade (@MHChehade) 28 November 2018
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