Shocking scenes in the top Irish league: Players have to interrupt a game between Waterford and Shamrock Rovers after exploding fireworks.
It was 15 minutes before several rockets suddenly exploded over the player’s head. A rocket flies even in the middle of the spectator stand. The players at Waterford and Shamrock Rovers do not even know what is happening to them, and continue to play first. Until referee Rob Hennessy is forced to suspend the game.
Waterford’s Anthony Wordsworth exploded and treated the firecrackers. Fortunately, he was not injured. Despite the shocking scenes, the game resumed after an eight-minute break when the announcer announced that he would leave the game if the missiles exploded again. In the end, Shamrock Rovers won 3-1.
A few days ago, there was a pyro scandal at the Irish club Dandelion. The club then informed the fans Lifetime ban on stadium from now on If accepted, they should burn pyros in the stadium.
In England, too, a rocket flies to the ground
Similar scenes take place on Friday evening at an English football ground. During Hashtag United’s reserve match against the Crooks United, a missile flew over the pitch and landed at the feet of a home team player. The missile was fired from a nearby house. Fortunately, the player performed well in his club’s opinion, but the hashtag had to cancel the game when the score was 2-0.
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