PORTO’s fans got all high and mighty as they defied coronavirus restrictions to cheer on their side.
A group of supporters managed to sneak into Estadio do Dragao on Wednesday.
And they danced, shouted and let off flares on the stadium roof.
The Portuguese giants could return to top spot with victory over Maritimo in the Primeira Liga in a match meant to be played behind-closed-doors.
But it proved too much for some to miss out on as they secured the highest vantage point possible to witness the televised action.
But any hopes of them keeping their actions low-key quickly went out the window.
Jesus Manuel Corona fired the hosts into the lead with just six minutes on the clock.
And that caused the party to really begin up in the air.
Soon clips of their fanatic support reached social media – and supporters from elsewhere loved it.
One tweeted: “Porto fans are on the f***ing roof of their stadium.”
Another said: “Desperate measures Porto fans on the staduim roof for there current League game.”
A fellow fan asked: “Anyone else see those FC Porto fans on the roof near the stadium waving flares?”
Corona’s goal proved enough to seal a 1-0 win for Porto, who had Alex Telles sent off late on.
They move on to 63 points in top spot – two ahead of nearest rivals Benfica – with eight matches left.
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