The match between Águia de Marabá and Independente, valid for the fourth round of the Campeonato Paraense, was interrupted after a lightning strike caused a great scare in the players and in the referee, who lay down on the lawn looking for protection.
When the clock marked 17 minutes of the first half of the match, lightning struck the side of the stadium and caused the game to be interrupted for three minutes, until the dispute resumed.
Vandick Lima, executive director of football at Águia de Marabá, commented on the case that drew attention on social media: "It fell next to the tower, but outside the stadium. No player complained about anything, it was really a big scare. in the dressing rooms and the game resumed after about five minutes. Then everything returned to normal. The scare was great".
During the match, the rain punished the lawn of the Zinho Oliveira stadium, from Águia de Marabá. The match resumed normally around the 20th minute of the first half and ended in a 0-0 tie.
Divided into three groups, the 12 teams that compete in Serie A of the Campeonato Paraense seek classification for the knockout stage, which will pave the way to the grand final.
Paysandu is the leader of Group A with 9 points, three wins in three games. Tuna Luso is in first place in Group B with 7 points and Remo commands Group C with 10 points in four matches played.