An unusual protest action has temporarily paralyzed the game at Premier League lot between FC Everton and Newcastle United.
In the 49th minute a young man stormed on the lawn and tightened at a goalpost. As he succeeded so quickly, it was initially unclear.
He wore a red shirt with the inscription “Just Stop Oil”. When there were folders of security and rescue workers, using certainly heavy devices, finally solved the connection with which the man had bound to the neck to the post, the protestler sank to the ground on the top line and refused to get the green leaving. Ultimately, he was tranPremier Leagueed unsupported.
Also curios: According to the “Sun”, two more stadium guests stormed the field during action and tried to attack the activists.
In the meantime, the TwitterAccount “Just Stop Oil” took responsibility for the action.
“Tonight, Louis, a 21-year-old supporter of ‘Just Stop Oil’, stormed in the square during the game FC Everton against Newcastle United, and has bound to the post,” it says on the account. In the episode, said Louis is quoted. His motivation is therefore to draw attention to the government no longer leads to new projects with fossil energy. “The Government are” current “the country in this regard.
FC Everton celebrates important and extremely late victory
The football match in Liverpooler Goodison Park continued at 0: 0. Ultimately, the FC Everton won 1-0. The hit Alex Iwobi scored in the ninth (!) Minute of Inspection Time. The Toffees played since the 83rd minute at night. Allan had seen the red card.
The threesome is particularly valuable for FC Everton, as you could get air in the table cellar. With 25 points, the men from Liverpool now manipulate three points before the first relegation place. With 27 games, Everton has also completed two less than the gros of the teams in front of them.
Newcastle United remains 14. The ranking and must at least not tremble the league with 31 points. The Magpies have been valid since the takeover by the Saudi state fund PIF in the course of the season as the rich football team in the world. The targeted purchase of absolute top stars should only succeed if you stay in the league.