Mexico Liga MX canceled due to COVID-19

Mexico Liga MX canceled due to COVID-19

The Mexican League MX has been canceled due to coronavirus. However, no team will get the title. The Mexican league tournament has been postponed since March 15 due to the global coronavirus epidemic.

Cruz Azul and Leon, who are at the top of the points table, will play in the 2021 CONCACAF Champions League.

On the other hand, the nation’s league government started the process of returning to the area. But the bad thing is that the footballers and trainers need to check that the corona before returning to the clinic. That’s the reason why the entire year was canceled.

Liga MX declared Friday that despite getting played 10 of this year’s 17 dates, it’d announce it without a winner. The team suspended play March 15, over fourteen days following the first affirmed COVID-19 instance in Mexico has been declared.

The team said in the announcement that the constraints brought on by the health crisis made it impossible to continue without placing people in danger. Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla contracted the coronavirus on March 20 but has since made a complete recovery.