COVID-19 ‘Sport Zero’: Why a Champions League match change into correct into a ‘biological bomb’ in Italy

COVID-19 ‘Sport Zero’: Why a Champions League match change into correct into a ‘biological bomb’ in Italy

By: Sports Desk | Updated: March 29, 2020 9:30:18 pm The UEFA Champions League match (first-leg) between Atalanta (from Italy’s Serie A) and Valencia (from Spain’s La Liga) was held on February 19. (Source: AP)A Champions League game between Atalanta and Valencia is being singled out as of the main reasons why Bergamo (in Italy)…

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Champions League-winning groups ranked from ‘merely legendary’ to ‘better forgotten’

The Champions League anthem won’t be blaring throughout stadia and living rooms for the foreseeable future. The coronavirus pandemic has seen Europe’s premier competition take a back seat and only time will tell how the remaining knockout games of the 2019/20 season will be executed. But let’s ignore the speculation about one-legged games or a…

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