Officially, Juventus’ match against Napoli has been canceled, and the Old...

Officially, Juventus’ match against Napoli has been canceled, and the Old...
Officially, Juventus’ match against Napoli has been canceled, and the Old...

The Juventus match against Napoli, which was scheduled to take place at exactly nine o’clock in the evening, Sunday, was canceled, after the Napoli team had attended the “Juventus Arena” match stadium for the third round of the Italian League matches, and the Napoli team did not travel from the ground to the city of Turin for injury of 3 of Corona virus members.

Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo announced the formation of the match, and the Juventus players went to the match stadium to resume the legal period, after which the referee canceled the match because the opposing team did not attend, so the old lady’s team scored three points.

The Italian League announced on its official website, that Juventus ‘match against Napoli was not postponed, as the latter stumbled into Turin, which would lead to Juventus’ 3-0 match result.

Napoli had formally requested to postpone his match against Juventus due to his fear of breaching health laws and protocols by traveling to Turin.

Juventus has collected 7 points so far from a win and a draw, in addition to 3 points today, while Napoli achieved the full mark by winning the first two games.

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