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Eurobasket in danger: Real Madrid basketball suspended its match due to COVID-19 cases

by archysport

The Euroleague basketball has been affected by the Omicron variant of COVID-19. The match between Real Madrid and Fenerbahce was suspended, after the Madrid team will not have the eight players necessary to face the match.

Laso, Heurtel, Causeur, Poirier, Hanga, Yabusele, Nuñez, Randolph, Sergio Llul and Taylor are the members who have tested positive in recent days and they must be in quarantine until they are negative two consecutive times in the PCR tests. Those eight positives join the injured Thompkins, Alocen and Abalde.

Fenerbahce – Real Madrid is the third game that the Euroleague has to postpone due to the covid after Zalgiris – Armani Milan on matchday 17, and Armani Milan – Alba Berlin as well of the day 18 due to the outbreak that occurred in the Italian team.

According to the protocols of the Euroleague for the covid-19, each postponed match can be repositioned in the calendar up to three times if dates are available. Then, in communication with the teams, the rescheduled date is defined.

Spanish football has also been affected by COVID-19. Barcelona FC announced on December 27 two positive cases in the squad. Clement Lenglet and Dani Alves are the two affected players who are isolated from the squad.

Real Madrid soccer had up to seven infected players during December and that he has recovered them just before the restart of the season in 2022 when they play in La Liga Santander against Getafe.

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