The FC ZURICH Ultras set off FIREWORKS in the stands during the Swiss Super League duel in Lugano.
The players continued for a few more seconds, but then watched in amusement as play was suspended for safety reasons.
A barrage of pyrotechnics erupted ten minutes before the away game.
Runaway champions Zürich were 2-1 down against fourth-place finishers and the score remained the same when action resumed.
Swiss giants Zürich attacked in the right corner as the fireworks erupted.
The ball soon bounced off for a goal kick, making it easy for referee Sven Wolfensberger to call off the game.
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The players stood with their hands on their hips and their necks craned as the fireworks rained up and out.
And when the show ended, it remained a great night for Lugano.
Georgian midfielder Akaki Gogia gave Zürich the lead in the third minute of the last league away game.
But Uruguyuan prompter Jonathan Sabbatini struck back immediately, scoring the winning goal in the 28th minute.
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Zurich, on the other hand, will be delighted with the home season under ex-Schalke coach André Breitenreiter.
They clinched their 13th Swiss crown with four games to go earlier in the month after finishing eighth last season.
The Super League ends on Sunday, with Zurich and Lugano both teams sure to stay in their positions.
Zurich – 23 points ahead at the top – ends up at home with the table penultimate Lucerne.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/football/premier-league/5380543/fc-zurich-fireworks-ultra-swiss-super-league-lugano/ The Ultras of FC Zurich start a FIREWORKS in the guest house during the Swiss Super League clash