One of the funniest was Joaquín Sánchez, the captain of Real Betis. “We are going to kick the virus that we are going to send to his house, which is fine”, while the former player from Valencia and Barça, Gaizka Mendieta, LaLiga Ambassador, He showed his amazement at the “impressive cast of artists and athletes” that formed the event.“I want to thank the professionals who make these eternal shifts and who take care so that we are all safe and sound. We know what a show of support is -when we get applause in a stadium- And now we have to be on the other side to support them because they are giving everything, “added the former che midfielder, along the same lines as Fernando Morientes, another of the organization’s Ambassadors.Participating artists:Antonio Carmona, Antonio José, Antonio Orozco, Ainhoa Arteta, Beret, Cami, Danna Paola, Diogo Piçarra, El Arrebato, Juan Magan, Lang Lang, Lola Indigo, Lucas Vidal, Luciano Pereyra, Luis Fonsi, Manuel Carrasco, Miriam, Mon Laferte , Morat, Pablo Alborán, Pablo López, Raphael, Rosario, Sebastián Yatra, Taburete, Tini and Vanesa Martín. The macro concert ‘LaLiga Santander Fest’, Organized by LaLiga in collaboration with Banco Santander, Universal Music and the other sponsors, clubs and artists, it has been a complete success. Its objective was to raise funds to acquire medical supplies to fight the coronavirus pandemic and it has been achieved. Until 22:00 hours, 625,108,476 euros had been collected. A significant figure and that may increase as contributions can continue to be made until 2:00 pm this Sunday. For more details, visit the Laliga website.The festival has been presented by Eva González and Toni Aguilar and has had the participation of countless artists and athletes, who have tried to do their bit in these difficult times.All proceeds from this beautiful initiative will be donated through the Banco Santander Foundation to help mitigate the effects caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, buying health materials and for the #SaldremosJuntos campaign promoted by Saúl Ñíguez along with various artists and athletes to help SMEs and the self-employed affected by this health crisis.One of the first footballers to appear was the captain of the Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos, who said “there is no better place than home” to fight the disease and hoped that “football and music” will servecough days “to disconnect and have a better time”. Santi Cazorla joined the merengue defense, who assured that “among all” it will be possible to “make a huge donation”.