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István Vad II was interrupted by the Scots by a sea of ​​water

István Vad II was interrupted by the Scots by a sea of ​​water

As we reported, Scotland beat Georgia 2-0 in Glasgow, in the fourth round of European Football Championship qualifiers, Group A. The match, led by István Vad II, was almost washed away by rain.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HpI6pZz3y4

Shortly before the start of the Scotland-Georgia match, torrential rain hit Hampden Park in Glasgow, leaving the turf so soaked that it was unplayable. However, they started the encounter and the Scots, aiming for a fourth successive win, took the lead in the sixth minute, however Istvan Vad II The referee stopped the match moments later, in consultation with Al-Ittihad captains Steve Clarke and Willie Sagnol.

The managers were initially given twenty minutes and then another ten to make the pitch fit for play, and finally decided to continue. The players were given another ten minutes to warm up at 21:45 CET, and the match continued from 22:00.

Istvan Vad II During track testing (Photo: Getty Images)

“It was already raining during the warm-up – said the Hungarian judge when asked by Nemzeti Sport. – But the sky really fell during the chants. After consulting with my assistants Albert Istvan and Vinciel Toth II, I interrupted the match in the sixth minute after the Scots’ first goal, hoping that the match would be suitable to continue due to the drainage under the grass carpet. The Georgians weren’t really happy about the wait, but the organizers did everything they could to get the field in order. Thirty or so field workers tried to remove the precipitation by various means, and as time passed, it became more and more clear that the game would be able to continue. In short, we and the managers were sure that the teams would play if possible, not to mention that the 50,000 people who had bought Hampden Park tickets also lobbied for it to go on. Only the Georgians were hesitant, although they had already organized a return trip after the match. However, except for the weather, nothing else interfered with our operation. After waiting for an hour and a half, we started again, and the meeting ended without any problems.”

European Championship qualifiers
Round 4
the group
Norway – Cyprus 3-1
(Solbakken 12, Haaland 56, 60 – 1st of 11, or Castanoch 90+3).
Scotland – Georgia, Glasgow 2-0 (C McGregor 6., McTominay 47.)

The position of the first group
1. Scotland 4 4 9-1 +8 12
2. Norway 4 1 1 2 5-7 -2 4
3. Georgia 3 1 1 1 3-4 -1 4
4. Spain 2 1 1 3-2 +1 3
5. Cyprus 3 3 2-8 -6 0

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