Fans of FC Midtjylland, current leader of the Danish first division, have witnessed the defeat of their team in the resumption of competition against AC Horsens (0-1) from the drive-in movie theater in their stadium parking lot, the MCH Arena, as a measure to respect restrictions for the coronavirus pandemic.
“It is not the beginning we had dreamed of. However, the framework was everything we dreamed of, within what could be done. Thanks, “Midtjylland tweeted. Horsens striker Louka Prip surprised the locals by scoring in the 35th minute the only goal of the game played behind closed doors.
The Midtjylland sold hundreds of parking spaces around the MCH Arena in the city of Herning, where the followers followed the meeting on big screens. In addition, trimmed amateur figures were placed in the stands.
Up to five people were allowed in each car and, Despite the sunny weather, only one window was allowed to open. Spectators were able to follow the narration of the game in their cars by tuning into a radio frequency for this purpose.
With one day to go until the end of the regular league, Midtjylland remains leader with 62 points, nine more than FC Copenhagen, and both are two of the six teams that will play the 'Playoff' for the title.