COPENHAGEN (DENMARK) – Pione Sisto in trouble for violating the quarantine.
The Celta Vigo attacker decided to return to Denmark, where the rest of the family lives, but to do so he was unable to take the plane, due to the restrictions in force to combat the coronavirus emergency, so he covered three thousand kilometers in car.
The club went to look for him in his home in Vigo as he did not answer his cell phone but found it empty.
Celta officials continued to call him insistently but received a response only after the player's arrival in Copenhagen.
Pione Sisto violated the club's quarantine, then disappeared for days, behaving unprofessionally.
The Danish attacker will be severely punished for his conduct as soon as he returns to Spain.
Pione Sisto was born in Kampala, Uganda, to parents from South Sudan. Then, at the age of two, he moved with the rest of the family to Denmark.
Here he began his football journey until he arrived in Serie A and dressed in the shirt of the Danish national football team.
After scoring twenty goals for the Midtjylland Danes, Sisto was bought by the Spaniards of Celta Vigo. In the Spanish league, he scored 12 goals in 108 appearances.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano