The two Italian giants Milan and Inter Milan will face the "Derby" of the northern city, which is passionate about football, but through video games, in a first step of its kind that comes in light of the pauses in the domestic league competitions and the imposed house stone to limit the spread of the new Corona virus.
Milan striker Rafael Liao will face rival Sebastiano Esposito of Inter at 11:30 GMT tomorrow, through the "Pro Evolution Soccer" game.
The match will be available via the "Dazen" streaming service, which is one of two networks that own the rights to transfer the domestic league in Italy, and on the official channels of both clubs.
"Being a derby match, the desire is always to win. But the main goal is to be close to the fans in these complex endowments," Liao said.
A donation will be made on the sidelines of the match through the charity affiliated with Milan, to support efforts to combat "Covid-19", especially in the province of Lombardy, which is the main focus of the epidemic in Italy.
The activity of the local league in Italy has stopped since the ninth of March as a result of the rapid outbreak of the emerging Corona virus, especially in the north of the country. Italy is currently the country most affected by the epidemic in terms of deaths, and by Friday morning, it had recorded more than 18,000 deaths announced due to it.
The "Serie A" competitions stopped after stage 26, and Inter was in third place with 54 points (out of 25 games), nine points and one game less than the leaders and champions Juventus. He met two poles Milan twice in the domestic league this season, in two meetings that ended in favor of Inter (2-0 and 4-2).