LIECHTENSTEIN VERSUS CHAD was the title of a Sunday Prophet article written by Ginerva Potter and published on 18 May, 2014. The article covered the match between the Liechtenstein and the Chadian National Quidditch teams, part of the 2014 Quidditch World Cup.


From the Daily Prophet's Quidditch Correspondent in the Patagonian Desert, Ginny Potter.

Liechtenstein 260 - Chad 250 (on-going)

As the second day of this match limped to a close, players were beginning to show signs of severe fatigue. The Snitch was literally hovering above Chadian Seeker Jacques Miskine's left eyebrow for five minutes before he noticed it, and even then his reactions were so slow it managed to make an escape. Liechtenstein Chaser Otmar Frick is believed to have literally fallen asleep on his broom shortly before play was stopped for the evening. Still too close to call, this match is turning into a true epic of the 2014 Quidditch World Cup.