An uncontrollable snowstorm forced the referee to suspend a soccer match between Fram Reykjavik and Breidablik in Iceland. According to the Breidablik club website, the weather in the first half was “reasonable” in the city of Grafarholt. However, things got worse during the second half.
The visitor team shared a video of their substitutes desperately huddling together for warmth on the bench. They were completely covered by the snow.
The match was suspended in the 70th minute when the referee decided that the conditions were too dangerous to continue. The Icelandic Football Association have confirmed that, as they were leading at the time the game was called off, Breidablik were awarded a 1-0 win by default.