Due to spread of Coronavirus in Italy, Serie A games are posponed. Italy is currently experiencing the most severe outbreak in Europe.

Serie A games were rescheduled

Juventus match against Inter and AC Milan with Genoa rescheduled for this Sunday, Serie A confirmed. Six games in Italy’s top-flight were rescheduled last weekend due to the continued spread of coronavirus in the country. Italy is currently experiencing the most severe outbreak in Europe. Where at least 107 people are presently susceptible to coronavirus and more than 3,000 directly confirmed cases. Since the start of the epidemic in China last year. Around 3,200 people have died worldwide, more than 90,000 have infected. Together with games involving Juve, Inter, Milan, and Genoa, matches also called off between Parma and SPAL, Udinese and Fiorentina, as well as Sassuolo and Brescia.

All games must be played behind closed doors

The meeting between Sampdoria and Hellas Verona on Monday also canceled. Lega Serie A planned to postpone the matches until Wednesday, May 13, which is why the Coppa Italia final delayed to May 20. However, on Friday, it was confirmed that five games should be held on March 8: Milan facing Genoa at 15:00 local time, and Juventus against Inter – at 20:45 local time. Sassuolo vs. Brescia rescheduled for Monday. All games must be played behind closed doors after a government decree states that sporting events should be performed without fans present until April 3.

The biggest and darkes clown

Meanwhile, the clash of Juventus with AC Milan and the match between Inter and Napoli in the second stage of Coppa Italia semifinals also postponed as a result of coronavirus. Inter president Steven Zhang criticized Series A president Paolo Dal Pino because he dealt with the crisis on Thursday. Accusing him of his Instagram of “always setting public health as a secondary consideration” and calling him “the biggest and darkest clown I’ve ever seen.” Inter CEO Beppe Marotta also criticized the league’s reaction to this issue and suggested that the season might not end on time due to interruptions. Italian champions Juve are second in Serie A table. Two points behind Lazio, who played a game more. Inter behind Maurizio Sarri’s team by six points, although they have two games in their hand on the leaders.