Zenit Saint Petersburg fans sing "We're all going to die!" at game against Ural during COVID-19 outbreak
(Image: Twitter/Pavel Voronkov)

VIDEO: Zenit Saint Petersburg fans sing “We’re all going to die!” at match during COVID-19 outbreak

The Russian Premier League continues amid the coronavirus crisis.

«Мы все умрем!» Мой любимый жанр – пир во время чумы :) pic.twitter.com/j9g2LCZ0Jc

— Pavel Voronkov (@paul_raven) March 14, 2020

Zenit supporters started chanting “We’re all going to die” during a game against Ural while much of world football is suspended due to coronavirus concerns.

Leaders Zenit Saint Petersburg thrashed Ural 7-1 at the Gazprom Arena on Saturday afternoon as the Russian Premier League continued despite the possible health risks.

Particularly across Europe, many leagues have been suspended but a busy home end, seemingly happy with the associated hazard of COVID-19 transmission, belted out:

Мы все умрем!

Roughly translated as:

We’re all going to die!

Нам не страшен коронавирус! 💪 pic.twitter.com/6Rlf9ka9LX

— Timur Valeev (@valtimir) March 14, 2020

Despite many seen wearing face masks, fans also unfurled a huge banner that read:

We are all infected with football and will die for Zenit