Empty A-League in Sydney Melbourne
Empty A-League in Sydney
The footballer of the Australian “Sydney” defiantly bowed to the empty stands after a goal
In the world, only two national football championships continue to play.
The Australian A-League is one of the few national football championships in the world that continues despite the coronavirus pandemic. True, teams play there in the empty stands. At the same time, the players do not forget that they play, first of all, for the fans. In the 22nd round of the Australian Championship, a Sydney derby was held between the teams Western Sydney Wanderers and Sydney (1:1). At the 35th minute of the match, the former striker of the English “Reading” and “Cardiff City” Adam Le Fondre, playing for “Sydney”, opened the score. After that, the Englishman pointedly patted the empty stands and even bowed before them.