COVID-19: Stubborn and fierce dance, players and spectators seen tearing down social distancing after winning the title

COVID-19: Stubborn and fierce dance, players and spectators seen tearing down social distancing after winning the title
COVID-19: Stubborn and fierce dance, players and spectators seen tearing down social distancing after winning the title

Games have started in some countries with extremely strict rules during the dread period of killer epidemic coronavirus. In this sequence, a tournament title was played in Hungary and the winning team fiercely flouted the rules

Sports Desk- Budapest Honved players celebrated in front of a large crowd after winning the Hungarian Cup football final. During this time, he was seen to be breaking the rules of social distance. Players not only celebrated each other shoulder to shoulder, but also danced. On the other hand, during the match, the spectators followed the rule of keeping three seats vacant between the two spectators with ease.

During the celebration, Georges Kamber stood at the forefront who was also the architect of the victory. Football in Hungary resumed last month. The session was halted due to the corona virus epidemic.

Most of the organizers followed the rule of keeping three seats vacant in the middle of every audience, but in the final the audience also broke the rule. Bundesliga matches are taking place without an audience in Germany. England, Spain and Italy will also have matches without spectators.

It is noteworthy that Budapest Honved defeated Majkovsd Jori 2–1 in the Hungarian Cup football final.