- Two soccer fans put on an impressive show during a Ligue 1 match between Troyes and Rennes on Sunday.
- The pair were seen enjoying the thrilling encounter from the pitchside hot tub as Troyes shared the spoils with Rennes.
- Said game ended in a thrilling draw as the home team squandered an early lead to split the points with Stade Rennes.
Two football fans received the treatment of a lifetime at Troyes’ Ligue 1 home game against Rennes on Sunday 5 September at the Stade de l’Aube.
The matchday six match ended in a 1-1 draw with Baptist Santamaria disallowing Ike Ugbo’s goal in the first half and both teams shared the spoils.
Despite the entertaining nature of the game, the main show of the meeting took place off the field, where two fans attracted attention with their special seats installed in the stadium.
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In photos posted on Twitter, seen by sports summarythe two men watched the game from a jacuzzi (hot tub next to the pitch) set up on the edge of the pitch and were caught on television cameras.
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Since then, the impressive photos have provoked many reactions on social networks.
@DaijonGordon jokingly tweeted:
“This league cannot be taken seriously.”
“Football to another level of fun.”
@juliensegui simply tweeted:
“Funny but ridiculous lol.”
@90scottbell’s appetite to watch a football game was whetted in a similar way:
“I also like to sit on the toilet with my friends to watch football.”
Terrible goalkeeper error cost Rennes the three points against Monaco
Earlier, sports abstract reported that a horrible mistake by teenage reserve goalkeeper Dogan Alemdar gifted Breel Embolo an equalizer as Monaco bounced back from their Champions League exit midweek to draw 1-1 with Rennes in Ligue 1 on Sunday.
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Alemdar faltered inside his box when he controlled a back pass from Joe Rodon, allowing lively Swiss striker Embolo to come in and score in the 73rd minute.
Embolo’s goal canceled out Gaetan Laborde’s 59th-minute opener for Rennes, as Monaco escaped with a draw despite playing most of the match at the Stade Louis II with 10 men.