The first of Cornellà-El Prat The biggest bullyingA day later, the April 15 but from 1951, the parakeet set the biggest win in one way or another in the history of derbies. Was 6-0 in which Arcas again aimed to score, this time in a double game, just like Rafael Grau, while Francisco Javier Marcet and José Egea completed the scandal score. This past Friday, April 17th, a exact decade from the first Espanyol-Barcelona that was held in the current parrot house, Cornellà-El Prat or the RCDE Stadium, as it is now officially called. The result was goalless draw, but without a doubt the most notable thing of that day was the atmosphere of authentic fervor that was lived in the stands, recovering the essence of the derbies of yesteryear.Another win and another ‘Tamudazo’From yesteryear, vintage and memorable was for Espanyol the derby of April 18, 1954, this time not in Sarrià but at Les Corts, the Barcelona field, which the oxygen team of Alejandro Scopelli left without the league title in the absence of a day from the end, with a forceful 4-1. Tomás Hernández ‘Moreno’ overtook the azulgrana, but the blue and whites They went back in a big way with so many from Faura, Antonio Cruellas, Marcet and Pepe Mauri. This closed the week of derbies. Yet no football in the present, the one that concludes it’s been a week of derbies. From the past. A few days when they have been fulfilled meetings ephemeris maximum rivalry in which Espanyol reaped some of his most remarkable milestones against Barcelona, either because of what his triumph meant or because of the history of the occasion.The ‘Tamudazo’ of 1957The week of derbies began on April 14th, so that in 1957 a 2-0 in Sarrià on the penultimate round of LaLiga he left Barcelona, which reached two points from the leader, the real Madrid, without none mathematical option to achieve the title. Agustí Faura and Julián Arcas were the architects of a ‘Tamudazo’ of the 1950s.