Coronavirus: We are focused despite playing Man United behind closed doors - Samuel Tetteh
LASK Linz attacker Samuel Tetteh says his outfit is focused ahead of their Europa League showdown with Manchester United despite the game been played behind closed doors amid coronavirus fears.
The Austrian club this week announced that their first leg Europa League match against the English giants on Thursday, March 12 will be played in an empty Stadium due to coronavirus.
Reacting to the publication, the Ghanaian attacker said although such a decision will affect the beauty of the game, he accepts the decision as peoples health is more important than football.
The Coronavirus outbreak has led to the postponement and playing without fans in many matches in the past weeks. Recently the Premier League announced that the pre-match handshakes between both teams and officials will not take place until further notice while all sport in Italy has been suspended until at least 3 April because of coronavirus.
Also, the Champions League clash between Barcelona vs Napoli will be played without fans.