UCL Round of 16: Chelsea and Athletico Madrid to play in Poland.
By Phredo | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 2881 views
Chelsea and Athletico Madrid could played their UEFA Champions League round of 16 match on a neutral ground. As it's been speculated in the media for past two weeks now due to the covid-19 guidelines put in place by Spanish Authority.
It is said that Spanish Authority had put in place protocols to curb the variance of the second wave of the coronavirus which was reported to have been discovered in England. The new Spanish Authority guidelines to curb covid-19 forbid entrance of people from England where the variance of the covid-19 was discovered.
Twitting on his Twitter account this afternoon, a skysport Journalist Angelo Mangiate said the the last-16 UEFA Champions League game between Chelsea and Athletico Madrid could be played in Warsaw, Poland.
Angelo Mangiate twitted "#Chelsea’s last-16 #UCL tie against Atletico Madrid could be played in Warsaw."
However, it was also reported the new venue of the last-16 UEFA Champions League match between Chelsea and Athletico will be confirmed later today.
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