MADRID (SPAIN) – The Champions League game between Liverpool
and Atletico Madrid , played on 11 March with Spain in a coronavirus emergency, is originally 41 deaths recorded in the next 25-35 days.
This is supported by a study by Edge Health, a research group that processes data on behalf of the British health service (NHS).
According to reports from the Sunday Times, the second leg of the Champions League round of 16, costing the elimination to the European champions Reds,
it would have been a virological "bomb".
At the stadium there were 52 thousand spectators , 3000 of whom came from Madrid where a partial block was already in place.
Liverpool-Atletico was already in the crosshair with Atalanta-Valencia as a possible opportunity for the widespread spread of the coronavirus.
Also because it is estimated that at that time there were already 640 thousand positives in Spain and 100 thousand in Great Britain.
Even the mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martinez Almedia, had admitted that "that match was a mistake and, in hindsight, it should have been avoided".
Another 37 'avoidable' deaths according to the study were allegedly caused by the contagion at the Cheltenham Horse Show, held between 10 and 13 March last in front of 250 thousand spectators.
The Champions League is expected to resume and end in August.
Obviously in this case all the matches will be played behind closed doors (source AGI).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano