Champions League: Coronavirus continues to close doors in Europe

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Champions League: Madrid (However / Agencies) PSG-Borussia Dortmund matches, back from the round of 16 of the Champions League, and Olympiacos-Wolverhampton Wanderers, of the round of 16 of the Europa League, will be played behind closed doors, according to UEFA has confirmed.
The duel between PSG and Borussia Dortmund is set for March 11, at 9:00 p.m. While that of Olympiacos and Wolverhampton is on March 13, at the same time.

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UEFA also reported that the round of 16 of the Inter-Youth Champions League of Milan-Rennes would not be played on March 11 before the refusal of the Italian club not to play. Because of the coronavirus epidemic that affects Italy and that already has 463 dead. And about 8 thousand affected in the country.

In this regard, the European body also points out that its UEFA Control, Ethics, and Discipline Body will make a decision on a said refusal by Inter.

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