Corona Virus: Victor Moses and Inter Milan teammates To Play Europa League Behind Closed Doors

Corona Virus: Victor Moses and Inter Milan teammates To Play Europa League Behind Closed Doors

The fear of a further spread of the deadly Corona Virus has forced the Italian government, Inter Milan and Ludogorets to play Thursday’s Europa League match behind closed doors.

At the weekend, four Serie A fixtures were postponed due to the outbreak of the virus in parts of Italy, including in Milan as well as the game that involved Antonio Conte’s men.

 


The Nerazzurri were due to face Sampdoria on Sunday, and it could have been Victor Moses’ 7th appearance for the club since his transfer from Chelsea FC.

 

Moses and his Inter Milan teammates won the first-leg of the Europa League tie against Ludogorets 2-0 and can go through to the quarter-final with a win or draw at the San Siro.

 

Per Simon Stone [BBC] With 165, Italy has the largest number of cases of the virus in Europe.

 

Many schools and colleges have been closed in Milan on Monday, although the local transport system is operating.

 

More than 600 Ludogorets fans were due to travel from Bulgaria for Thursday’s Europa League last-32 first-leg match at the San Siro.

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