Messi comments on the future of football in the presence of Corona

Madrid-ALsharqiya 2 June: Barcelona striker Lionel Messi has ruled out football as it was before the outbreak of the Corona pandemic, and said in press statements that he was deeply saddened by the great tragedies left by the pandemic around the world. To date, the pandemic has killed at least 370,000 people worldwide and injured more than 6 million. It also crippled many of its activities, including football. "Football is like life in general, I think it will never be the same as it was before the Corona pandemic," Messi said in comments to the sports newspaper El Pais on Sunday, reported by the British newspaper The Sun. "Most of us still have doubts about what the world will be like after all that happened." Messi, 32, said that the Corona pandemic surprised many, and caused many tragedies for them. I think there are a lot of negative things that this crisis caused, but there can be nothing worse than losing people who have great love, It creates great frustration for me. It is noteworthy that Spain is one of the countries worst affected by the Covid-19 epidemic, with 27,125 deaths out of 286,308 confirmed cases. In Argentina, Messi's homeland, at least 528 people have died as a result of the pandemic and its strong economic repercussions. The Barcelona striker has donated hundreds of thousands of his money to meet the medical needs in both countries. In an effort to gradually return to normalcy in Spain, La Liga was set to resume on June 11th, with Barcelona returning to training after four days. La Liga officials plan to hold a ceremony honoring the victims of Coved-19 before the opening match of the league.


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