Europa League match to be played behind closed doors

Europa League match to be played behind closed doors

Inter Milan have confirmed that its Europa League match against Ludogorets will be played behind closed doors as authorities try to contain the novel coronavirus.

The Italian government is moving toward having other matches played without fans in attendance in affected areas but Thursday's match was the first to be confirmed as going ahead in an empty stadium.

Inter announced that, in accordance with the requirements of the health authorities in the Region of Lombardy and the Municipality of Milan and with the agreement of UEFA, the second-leg clash between Inter and Ludogorets at the round-of-32 stage of the Europa League will take place at 8pm GMT on 27 February behind closed doors at San Siro, Daily Mail reported.

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