Five things I learned while watching the sun set over El Clásico

TIBÁS — It’s difficult to enjoy a spectacular sunset while the concrete grandstand of a 50-year-old stadium shakes haphazardly under your seat.
I learned that lesson Sunday evening in the upper level of the Ricardo Saprissa Aymá Stadium while watching a bitter soccer rivalry, hearing a few things about the referee’s mother and wondering if trading a camera for a stranger’s cédula had been a fair exchange.
More on that last bit later.
El Clásico, the nickname for

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