Liverpool: Coronavirus hits a new star in the team


After Senegalese Sadio Mane, the Liverpool star was infected with the new Coronavirus, “Covid-19”, it was confirmed today, Tuesday, that a new star of the team’s players was infected with the Coronavirus

Misfortunes have followed the English team Liverpool in recent days,

after the humiliating loss to Aston Villa, 7-2, in the English Premier League,

and before that, his Senegalese wing Sadio Mane was infected with the new Coronavirus (Covid-19),

European press reports revealed today, Tuesday, that a star was exposed.

New in the team for coronavirus infection.

According to what the Swiss Football Association announced today,

Tuesday, before the team gathered in preparation for participating in the European Nations League matches,

the midfielder of Liverpool and Switzerland, Xherdan Shaqiri, was infected with the Coronavirus (Covid-19).

The Swiss Confederation announced that the player with the number 23 shirt in Liverpool would not be fit to participate in his international duty with his country in the Nations League against the teams: Croatia, Spain and Germany.

And the Swiss Football Association stated:

The results of Xherdan Shaqiri’s tests have proven positive for the emerging corona virus,

and after consulting with health authorities, he is now isolated in isolation.

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The Swiss Confederation stated in its statement that it had informed the Liverpool administration that Xherdan Shaqiri had been infected with the Corona virus,

provided that he would be subjected to home isolation for a period of two weeks,

in accordance with the health protocol followed by the English Premier League, until he made a full recovery.

Sheeran Shaqiri is currently the third player to be infected with the Coronavirus in recent days,

after the duo Sadio Mane and Thiago Alcantara of Spain.

It is worth noting that the Liverpool camp in preparation for the new season last August, which was held in Austria,

also witnessed the infection of one of the team’s players with the new Coronavirus.

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