Real could host Liverpool in Spain

Real could host Liverpool in Spain

The first game of Real Madrid (Spain) in the quarter-finals of the Champions League against Liverpool (England) in April, will not be played in any other country after the announcement by the Spanish government on Tuesday (23) which will lift the ban on flights at the end of the month. From the UK.

The ban began in December due to concerns over the British version of the new Coronovirus (Kovid-19), and Atlético de Madrid (Spain) was forced to play in Budapest (Hungary) in the game in which they had the field. 16 against Chelsea (England).

In the Europa League, Real Sociedad (Spain) faced Manchester United (England) in Turin (Italy) instead of playing at their stadium in the city of San Sebastian.

However, the Spanish government has now announced that the restrictions will expire on 30 March, which means Real will be able to host Liverpool on 6 April at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium.

Grenada will be able to host the match against Manchester United, valid for the quarter-finals of the Europa League, on 8 April at the Nuevo Los Carmines Stadium.

Playing in Bucharest, when they had the field, Atletico Madrid lost to Chelsea 1–0, and ended after a 2–0 blow on the comeback, while Real Sociedade were penalized 4–0 by Manchester in Turin. Gone.

Other countries have imposed similar restrictions on UK travelers, forcing Manchester City (England) and Borussia Moenchengladbach (Germany) to play both 16-round matches in Budapest, while RB Leipzig (Germany) has one He did the same in his match at the same time. .

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