Valencia participant says Champions League match in opposition to Atalanta could have unfold virus

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The membership mentioned on the time that about 35% of individuals within the crew had the virus. Experts say the primary leg on Feb. 19 in Milan was one of many greatest the explanation why the virus was so lethal in Atalanta’s dwelling metropolis of Bergamo.

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Updated: Jun 05, 2020 13:50 IST


Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini.(REUTERS)

Valencia striker Rodrigo says the return match in opposition to Atalanta within the Champions League “maybe shouldn’t have been performed” due to the coronavirus outbreak. Rodrigo’s feedback to Spanish tv channel TVE come after the highest well being official within the Valencia area mentioned Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini “lacked duty” for touring to Spain with signs of the virus. He just lately informed Italian media he felt sick the day earlier than the March 10 match in Valencia.

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Rodrigo says “that is prior to now now … however it’s true that after the checks started many gamers examined constructive” within the Valencia squad. The membership mentioned on the time that about 35% of individuals within the crew had the virus. Experts say the primary leg on Feb. 19 in Milan was one of many greatest the explanation why the virus was so lethal in Atalanta’s dwelling metropolis of Bergamo. The match has been dubbed “Game Zero” by Italian media.

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