Tuttosport shields Gian Piero Gasperini, Atalanta’s coach, declining to say he ‘d got COVID-19 for a Champions League game in Valencia on March 10.
The tactician incited colossal discussion when he announced to the Gazzetta Dello Sport that he felt unwell the day prior to the match, at that point more regrettable that night, and spent the following hardly any days in bed in Bergamo.
Although he has no fever, he has never been tried for COVID-19 however ongoing blood tests have demonstrated that he has the antibodies.
Valencia was incensed, demanding that UEFA investigate why Gasperini didn’t illuminate them that he had some coronavirus symptoms when he entered the Mestalla.
Notwithstanding, Tuttosport has attempted to demonstrate that Gasperini may have gotten the infection while in Spain for that 4-3 win on March 10.
Their investigation recommends that Valencia cannot be too disturbed, as there was a large open gathering around on March 8 for Women’s Day, at that point Atalanta’s captain Papu Gomez irritably alluded to columnists as ‘jokesters’ when they attempted to swarm around him at the airport on March 9, scorning out social distancing rules.
The Tuttosport timeline focuses on the fact that on March 16, 10 players and staff tried COVID-19 decidedly, while Atalanta goalkeeper Marco Sportiello tried uniquely on March 24.
Since coronavirus typically takes 5-14 days to create in the body, coronavirus is probably going to have already happened in Valencia and was not transported by Atalanta.
On 11 March 1,146 affirmed COVID-19 cases happened in Valencia.