The Italian team, Lazio, traveled with 12 players to face Belgian Club Brugge in the second round of the group stage of the UEFA Champions League.
Lazio’s list traveling to Bruges, Belgium, saw the absence of captain and scorer Ciro Immobile, Luis Alberto, Luis Felipe, Thomas Stracocha, Daniilo Catelde, Andreas Pereira and Manuel Lazare.
The list of travelers came: Baby Reina – Francesco Acherby – Muhammad Faris – Wesley Hoydt – Patrick – Milinkovic Savic – Mauricc – Vedat Morici – Joaquin Correa – Felipe Caicedo – Marco Barolo – Akpa Akbaru.
The 12 players will be joined by 6 of the youth team.
The players took medical swabs against the Corona virus yesterday, but the club has not yet announced that any of its players have been infected with the Corona virus.
Simone Inzaghi said on the Italian network “Sky”: “It is a different evening, but we have to play an important match against a team that won the first match like us.”
“We have to get past the state of emergency. The main problem is that we are not able to follow the rotation system,” he added.
“I will have a few changes, knowing that we played three days ago against Bologna. But this is the situation and we need to move forward.”
He concluded, “It will be a complicated match tomorrow, we must face it in the best possible way.”
Lazio had beaten the Olympico Stadium 3-1 over Borussia Dortmund, while Club Brugge returned with a precious 2-1 victory from Russia at the expense of Zenit St Petersburg.
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