COVID 19 violence: Manchester City did not play in the league match against Everton

COVID 19 violence: Manchester City did not play in the league match against Everton

English giants Manchester City in the Corona riots. Manchester United had to cancel their last-minute match against Everton in the English Premier League (EPL) after a number of footballers and staff were attacked by Corona. There is another big match four days later. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Brazil's star striker Gabriel Jesus and English right-back Kyle Walker have been hit in the corona. Manchester City went to play against Newcastle United two days ago due to corona uncertainty.

Not just Walker or Jesus, Corona has spread more in the city camp. Several other players, officials and coaching staff have been infected with the virus. Due to this, Manchester City did not play in the league match against Everton last night.

The match was postponed at the decision of the Premier League authorities. They said that the health of the footballers and staff has improved. The statement further said that the Premier League game will continue at its own pace following the protocol of Corona. The parties have to implement all the rules and regulations.

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