SENEGAL’S World Cup warm-up clash with South Korea sent social media into meltdown after the game was delayed, and played behind closed doors.
No-one seemed to understand why fans were not allowed to watch the match in Austria before the two nations head to Russia.
Such was the confusion amongst supporters, that fans were even speculating what the score was.
Some claimed the African country were winning, while others said the match was level going into the second half.
To make matters worse for fans, neither the Senegal or South Korean Twitter accounts were posting updates for the encounter – adding to the mystery behind the clash.
The friendly apparently ended 2-0 to Senegal with a strike from Moussa Konate and an own goal proving enough for the Lions of Teranga, but nobody outside the stadium has seen any of the goals yet.
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South Korea had lost 3-1 to Bosnia and drawn 0-0 to Bolivia in their previous two games.
Senegal’s World Cup campaign kicks off next week against Group H opponents Poland, before they face Japan and Colombia.
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While the 2002 World Cup co-hosts face Sweden in their Group F opener on June 18, before facing Mexico and World Cup holders Germany.
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