As one of the only countries in the world to play Australia still football. Even if the two teams are in quarantine.

world-Famous Bondi Beach is closed, the borders are largely closed, and søsterligaer around the world, is also long since closed.

But not Australia’s best superliga, A-League, despite the coronavirus pandemic continues without spectators on the battens.

When the Turkey Thursday closed down its the best league, was Australia one of the last countries in the world, where played football.

And on Saturday it continued, as the local Sydney derby between Western Sydney Wanderers and Sydney FC was played.

There was given small albuestød instead of a handshake, udskifterne sat with one and a half meter distance on the bench, and the goal was greeted with total silence from the empty grandstands.

The former Bolton and Reading striker Adam le Fondre patted out to a fantasipublikum, when he scored åbningsmålet for Sydney FC.

the Match ended 1-1.

Meanwhile, two entire teams – the Wellington Phoenix and the Melbourne Victory – because of the new admission rules to put in mandatory quarantine for 14 days after being returned to Australia from fighting in New Zealand.

Who will now have more places raised a criticism of The Australian Football association, which is accused of putting money higher than the players ‘ health.

But the A-League’s leader, Greg O’rourke points out, to follow the authorities ‘ instructions.

– We understand that this is difficult times for all, he says, according to AFP.

– We will always put the player, trænernes, staff, volunteers, and spectators ‘ health, safety and welfare in the centre of our decision making process.

The australian government has on the night of Sunday, Danish time taken a number of new measures in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus in the country.

Including prohibiting the government all ikkenødvendige travel domestic. It writes The Guardian.

/ritzau/AFP