The women’s football Champions League match between Lyon and Paris Saint-Germain, postponed due to an outbreak of positive cases for the new coronavirus, will be played on April 18, UEFA reported today.
On Wednesday, the governing body of European football had given notice of the postponement of the second leg of the quarter-finals game, which was scheduled for today, in the face of several positive cases in the squad of the European champions of Lyon.
European female champion in the last five seasons, Lyon said on Tuesday there were “six to seven” cases of infection by the new coronavirus in their squad, which includes the Portuguese international Jéssica Silva.
In the quarter-finals of the women’s ‘Champions’, Lyon have a 1-0 lead from the first leg, in a tie that still has games between Wolfsburg and Chelsea, Manchester City and FC Barcelona and Rosengard and Bayern Munich.
A pandemic covid-19 caused at least 2,805,004 deaths worldwide, resulting from more than 128.1 million cases of infection, according to a report made by the French agency AFP.
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