The Atlético and Leipzig match on schedule, despite the injuries in Corona

The European Football Association (UEFA) said that it does not see a justification to postpone the scheduled match between Atlético Madrid of Spain and Leipzig next Thursday in the quarter-finals of the European Champions League, despite the announcement that two people in the Atlético team were infected with the new Corona virus (Covid-19). ).

UEFA revealed to German News Agency (DPA) today, Monday: "The match will be held as scheduled."

UEFA added that it will not make further comments on this matter, stressing that the teams adhere to the medical protocol of UEFA.

Yesterday, Sunday, Club Atlético de Madrid announced two cases of the new Corona virus in the team’s mission, but the identity of the injured was not revealed, while Spanish media reported that the injured were among the team’s players.

The Atlético de Madrid mission, which includes 93 people, had to postpone its travel to the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, which hosts the mini-tournament that decides the final rounds of the Champions League, which was scheduled for later Monday.

The two injured have been subjected to health isolation, while the rest of the mission personnel undergo corona examinations again.

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