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Breathtaking Scenes As Football Fans Spotted Watching Live Ligue 1 Game From a Jacuzzi at the Stadium
- Two football fans created a breathtaking spectacle during a Ligue 1 game between Troyes and Rennes on Sunday
- The pair were spotted enjoying the thrilling encounter from the pitchside jacuzzi as Troyes shared the spoils with Rennes
- The said game ended in a pulsating draw as the home side threw away an early lead to split the points with Stade Rennes
Two football fans received a treatment of a lifetime at Troyes' Ligue 1 home game against Rennes on Sunday, September 5 at the Stade de l'Aube.
The matchday six fixture ended in a 1-1 stalemate with Baptiste Santamaria cancelling out Ike Ugbo's first-half strike as both teams shared the spoils.
Despite the entertaining nature of the game, the main spectacle of the encounter occurred off-the-field, where two fans caught the eye with their special seats installed at the stadium.
In photos posted on Twitter, sighted by Sports Brief, the two men watched the game from a jacuzzi (pitchside hot tub) installed at the edge of the field and were caught by TV cameras.
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The breathtaking photos have since sparked a lot of reactions on social media.
@DaijonGordon jokingly tweeted:
"This league can’t be taken seriously."
"Football on another level fun."
@juliensegui simply tweeted:
"Fun but ridiculous lol."
@90scottbell's appetite to watch a football game in a similar fashion was aroused:
"I like to sit in the bath with my pals to watch the footy too."
Horrible goalkeeping mistake costs Rennes all three points against Monaco
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that a horrible mistake by teenage substitute goalkeeper Dogan Alemdar gifted an equalizer to Breel Embolo as Monaco bounced back from their midweek Champions League elimination to draw 1-1 with Rennes in Ligue 1 on Sunday.
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Alemdar hesitated inside his own six-yard box as he controlled a backpass from Joe Rodon, allowing the lively Swiss striker Embolo to steal in and score in the 73rd minute.
Embolo's goal cancelled out Gaetan Laborde's opener in the 59th minute for Rennes, as Monaco escaped with a draw despite playing the majority of the game at the Stade Louis II down to 10 men.