Joaquin, who was in tears over Real Betis' Copa del Rey victory over Valencia on Saturday on penalties, refers to all the club's fans.
120 minutes later, the score was locked 1-1, with Hugo Duro canceling out Borja Iglesias' opener for Betis in the 11th minute. The 22-year-old was shocked when Yunus Musah missed a penalty to give Juan Miranda a 5-4 win over Betis.
"Let Betis Live Longer If You Lose" was their last Copa del Rey title in 2005 and has been relegated twice by the club since 2005 and has become a mantra for fans.
Joaquin, 37, a young Betis fan who played for his former club on Saturday, could not hide his emotions after the match.
"These tears are a deeply ingrained feeling these days because we see how people have supported us despite the responsibility of playing this type of game," he told TVE. "These tears are normal," he said. I am very happy
"Let the moment be happy. We are the Copa del Rey champions, dedicated to the staff, the coaches, the cooks, the people I have never met, my daughters, all those who stand by me for my wife, brothers, my parents, all Beticos."
In Betis' form, they will have to compete hard against Valencia, who want to absorb the pressure.
Valencia goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili denied Iglesias and Nabil Fekir, and Vidal Lancos came close to scoring from Sergio Carneles.
The Beatles captain and member of the team, who survived the 2005 victory, believes his side's final victory and Champions League return to La Liga in 2015 reflected the steady progress they have made.
"Today we see the performance of this season and last season. I think the goals are to gradually improve the team."
"We have a good season and all the fans deserve it. Congratulations to Valencia. Congratulations to Valencia for being fair winners. Even though the penalty was drawn, we deserved it. It was fun for all Beticos."