Football is one of the most watched sports in the world and there is no disputation about the fact. It is nowadays that Covid 19 has restricted people from trooping in to the stadia to watch live football matches. The fact that the novel virus has brought many restrictions doesn't mean the love of the game has reduced.
Today is UEFA Champions league finals between Chelsea and Manchester City. Many football fans have been reacting massively towards the match. Several videos and photos have been circulating online as both supporters are expecting to see something positive.
Champions league final is a much anticipated match because a lot is expected from both teams. King Promise and Omar Sterling were seen wearing Chelsea Jersey to throw their support for the team. In Accra, a lot of people were seen gathering in Marina mall to watch the match. A video has also been seen where horses have been draped with Chelsea banner with people following across the streets.
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