Real Madrid media rave about fiery ‘green hell’ as Celtic Park sell-out atmosphere

Celtic – Real Madrid is a match that is attracting attention across Europe.

Especially in Spain, the match between the Scottish and European champions is getting a lot of coverage.

One aspect that is being focused on is the atmosphere of Parkhead.

Here’s what some Spanish media say


It is perhaps of the greatest site in Spain, and they have been hyping up the Hoops’ enlistment from Japan as well as how electric European evenings can be.

It states: “The Greek-Australian Ange Postecoglou today drives a Celtic side without large stars and gets societies through four Japanese stars: Ideguchi, Hatate, Furuhashi and Maeda. There could be no finer reverberation of Celtic than Celtic Park, continuously consuming, particularly in the wake of whipping Rangers on Saturday.

“The most Champions of Champions League, the regular and the otherworldly, starts this Tuesday in the blazing Celtic Park.”


Marca alludes to Parkhead a potential ‘green damnation’ for Real Madrid and furthermore hailed Postecoglou’s enrollment and style.

It states: “Celtic are not English, yet Scottish, and their level is a long way from that of their neighbors, however they have a resource that ought to be considered carefully. Its arena, Celtic Park, is one of the most sweltering in Europe. A ‘green damnation’ wherein in excess of 60,000 Bhoys fans will attempt to lead their group to give a shock against Carlo Ancelotti’s crew.”


This outlet has decided to dissect the Bhoys’ crew in more profundity.

It remarks: “Without enormous stars and with Swedish protector Carl Starfelt absent and Japanese striker Kyogo Furuhashi in uncertainty (presently fit), Ange Postecoglou’s men endow Portuguese Jota and Israeli Liel Abada in assault, while they will depend on veteran goalkeeper Joe Hart, all in a duel in which they will have the consolation of Celtic Park, an area yet to be vanquished by Real Madrid.”