Football Fans Can't Believe What Happened At Half-Time During The Championship Play-Off Final
So, about the Championship Play-Off final half-time 'entertainment'.
Fans from West London and The Midlands flocked into Wembley Stadium.
Fulham and Aston Villa were bidding for a place in the Premier League in the game dubbed as 'The Richest Game In Football'.
Despite the sheer worth of the Play-Off final, the Football League clearly couldn't care less about what took place at half-time.
As Fulham went into the break one-up, both sets of supporters were 'treated' to a game of FIFA on the big screens.
Twitter immediately called out the interval happenings by branding the scene as 'death of football', 'absolute atmosphere killer', 'the games gone', among others.
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Oh and we're currently watching two lads play FIFA at half time. Football isn't broken. pic.twitter.com/pteFORNxDM
- GTFCPR (@GrimsbyTownPR) May 26, 2018
I hate FIFA with all my soul and we are now having to watch two lads play it on the big screen at Wembley as half-time 'entertainment'
- Liz Owen (@lizowen92) May 26, 2018
Half time entertainment. 2 lads playing fifa! The games gone!
- Ryan Delaney (@delaneyr23) May 26, 2018
Half time entertainment is two lads playing FIFA on the big screen to 'predict' how the actual game will end. Absolute atmosphere killer.
- Jordan James Foster (@JordanJFoster) May 26, 2018
#AVFC seriously, who the hell is entertained by watching two fans play fifa at half time? Absolute embarrassment by all involved in #fa and #efl . death of football . #EFLPlayOffFinal
- McCqrfy (@MrMTweacher) May 26, 2018
Hey, Wembley - getting two fans to play FIFA on the big screen as half time 'entertainment'?...
- Dave Musson (@davemusson) May 26, 2018
Following half-time, Fulham eventually secured a spot in next seasons Premier League thanks to a first-half goal from skipper Tom Cairney courtesy of a brilliant assist from Ryan Sessegnon.