VIDEO. La Plata, in Selection mode: a lot of traffic in the previous one, queues in bakeries and cool bars

Argentina’s debut in the World Cup generates great expectations throughout the country. And La Plata is no exception. That was reflected during the first hours of this Tuesday, with more fluid traffic than usual in the early hours, bakeries with long lines and bars that were filling up with the proximity of the start of the match against Saudi Arabia.

The streets of the City showed a good movement around 6 in the morning. It is that some people from La Plata preferred to watch the clash against Saudi Arabia with friends or family, others at work, so they had to set the alarm clock earlier. There were also those who took advantage of the fact that some schools opened their doors earlier than usual to drop off the children.

Once the meeting began, the streets were found empty, everyone being aware of what is happening in Qatar and already located in front of the television anywhere in the City.

For their part, long lines could be seen in downtown bakeries. In a tour of EL DIA, it was found that, for example, on Avenida 7, from 32 to 60, the businesses in the sector were taken over by customers looking for invoices and biscuits to see the debut of La Scaloneta.

Waiting logically, but patiently, they came closer one by one. Other places were the kiosks, in which some opened their doors a few hours before to be able to supply the “world fever” with some type of food.

While the bars in the center of La Plata were also chosen by other neighbors to follow Messi and company. Around 7 o’clock they began to fill up with customers who sought to see it on a giant screen. A coffee, croissants, and not much else. The simple menu, to see the Scaloneta.

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

Photo: Dolores Ripoll-EL DIA

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