Nostalgia was this, at least for Real Madrid: two months without a game at the Santiago Bernabéu. On March 1, no one knew then, the stadium was opened to football for the last time. The farewell now seems to have been on purpose, as intended to leave a perfect memory: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona, scoring in favor, 73-72 in the history of the Classics and a leadership that, however, those of Zidane were left the following Sunday in the Villamarín.But before the forced closure there was a double shout at the Bernabéu, the first expected and the second surprising. Vinicius, so often unbalanced, finally found the prize of the goal, a 1-0 with the collaboration of Piqué and celebration to the Christian. It was followed by a Mariano recurrently ignored by Zidane, who shone after three minutes: He had barely stepped on the field and was already celebrating his sentence.JESÚS ÁLVAREZ ORIHUELA & nbsp; (Diario AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Vinicius celebrates his goal against Barcelona in the Classic in the Christian style.JESÚS ÁLVAREZ ORIHUELA (Diario AS) Two months later, any time past seems better. Today there is no health and, therefore, neither football. For when you can recover one and the other, Among the many changes that there will surely be that of Alfredo di Stéfano for the Santiago Bernabéu. In the pause for the coronavirus the works have picked up speed and the intention of the club is not to take his foot off the gas. The deadlines have been shortened and, since there will be no open-door football, at the earliest, until 2021, Madrid’s desire is to transfer their home games to Valdebebas. Would, of the resumption at the end of the season, six of the League and the unknown of the Champions, where Zidane’s men should go back to Manchester City to act as hosts in Europe. Irene Lozano (CSD) has expressed that there will be no fans in the stadiums until they find the vaccine or effective treatments against the virus, reason why the Bernabéu could surpass the year without soccer for the first time.The facilities are magnificent and, although it would be necessary to adapt to the demands of LaLiga and UEFA, which have given the green light to the provisional move, they want to take advantage of this new and difficult normality. The fans, looking for something positive in the pandemic, will have their brand new Bernabéu in advance.