The return of Super Rugby met to 43,000 people in the Eden Park stadium of Auckland, New Zealandfor the party that took place this Sunday Auckland Blues and the Wellington Hurricanes.
This concurrence of public it exceeded by almost double to 22.800 fans who were on Saturday the encounter between the Highlanders and Chiefs in the city of Dunedin.
In turn, this figure was a new record of audience at the Eden Park stadium that had not been registered in the last fifteen years.
The victory of the Auckland Blues on Wellington Hurricanes by 30-20 in the framework of the tournament will be contested by only five teams New Zealand remained at the edge face of the great expectation of the public in the midst of the pandemic of coronavirus.
��EXAMPLES OF FIRST WORLD#CentralFOX New Zealand achieved a record of attendance to rugby after overcoming the pandemic coronavirus; in the Blues-Auckland vs. Wellington Hurricanes entered 43 thousand fans:
From 15 years ago was not of this influx: pic.twitter.com/WhIK4Q0uTa
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June 14, 2020
Fans attended the stadium without a face mask, and also is suggested by the social distancing after the decision by the new zealand government to lift all restrictions.
New Zealand recorded 22 deaths, over 1,500 cases of coronavirus and three weeks ago has no positive case.