Portsmouth FC's Twitter account attempting to describe a foggy game is incredible

BY Alex Dowd • December 30, 2016

Sometimes, Mother Nature just conspires against you. Such was the case for Portsmouth FC's unfortunate social media producer, forced to try and describe a game that just couldn't be seen.

A dense fog settled in ahead of the Pompey's match against Yeovil Town, and the ominous weather just foreshadowed the hilarity still to come.

https://twitter.com/officialpompey/status/814898704306044928

The fog lifted briefly but returned with a vengeance by the time the match rolled around. Portsmouth FC's Twitter did its best to keep followers apprised of the match events, but alas. The trouble started early.

https://twitter.com/officialpompey/status/814922433195020288

With little visibility, the tweets fluctuated between exasperated to a resignation at what little control they had over the elements. For everyone else, it just meant comedy.

https://twitter.com/officialpompey/status/814928496040493060

https://twitter.com/officialpompey/status/814929870778232833

https://twitter.com/officialpompey/status/814930703267852289

By halftime, it was clear the person responsible for the account was just going to have fun with it.

https://twitter.com/officialpompey/status/814938076124499968

https://twitter.com/officialpompey/status/814938494816620544

https://twitter.com/officialpompey/status/814941905008136193

The match probably should have been abandoned, but it wasn't. Eventually, it ended in a 0-0 draw, but it's safe to say that anyone following Pompey's account emerged a winner.

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