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Sport Twelve Corona cases at Montpellier - Monaco game before cancellation

13:40  16 october  2020
13:40  16 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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The Ligue 1 game between AS Monaco and HSC Montpellier scheduled for Sunday is on the brink. The corona virus is rampant again near Montpellier.

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Since the outbreak of the pandemic, there had already been seven corona cases at Montpellier, now it caught the current fifth in the table again: According to the club on Friday, eight players and four employees tested positive.

Those affected, who were not named, were isolated, the rest of the team underwent further tests on Friday. It is extremely questionable whether Montpellier can compete with Niko Kovac's Monaco-Elf on Sunday (3 p.m.) under these circumstances.

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