Premier League paused for 3 weeks because of the Covid-19 epidemic

The epic match between Tottenham and MU could not take place as expected of the fans. Photo: Getty.
The epic match between Tottenham and MU could not take place as expected of the fans. Photo: Getty.

The Premier League organizers decided to postpone the tournament until April when two players and coach Mikel Arteta of Arsenal were infected with Coronavirus (Covid-19).

According to Euro Sport, the most attractive football tournament in the world is postponed until April 3. The Football Association of England (FA) will consider whether to continue to postpone or not, depending on the situation of Covid-19.

Prior to that, the FA planned to host Premier League matches on the field with no spectators. However, the situation changed complicatedly by coach Mikel Arteta positive for corona virus. Later, Chelsea striker Callum Hudson-Odoi was also infected.

All Arsenal and Chelsea members are in quarantine. Three Leicester City players were assigned to quarantine when they showed signs of disease similar to the corona virus. Meanwhile, defender Benjamin Mendy is worried because of a fever.

Premier League is the next tournament to postpone. Earlier, Serie A delayed indefinitely because Italy became the largest Covid-19 outbreak in Europe. La Liga also delayed until the end of this week, then issued the next announcement.

The most attractive tournament in the world has reached round 29. This weekend, the Tottenham Hotspur yard takes place the central match between Tottenham and Man United. This is the first time in history that a Premier League season has been postponed.

March 13 afternoon. UEFA approved plans to postpone all matches in the Champions League and Europa League next week. French media revealed that EURO 2020 was also postponed, moving to 2021.

Source: https://behecare.com/

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