'AS': Two Cornellà players test positive after their match against Barca
There could be problems for Barcelona and Cornellà when new coronavirus tests are carried out. According to 'AS', two players for the hosts tested positive in the latest round of PCR tests carried out by the club.
What calms both clubs is that none of the two were on the pitch during the match. However, the Unió Esportiva has already informed their Copa del Rey opponents of this situation so that they can be careful in case there has been, however unlikely it may seem, any infection.
In fact, the board told the aforementioned media outlet that everything is under control. On this basis, it is expected that there will soon be a public statement confirming that the other players and members of the coaching staff tested negative.
Until then, both Cornellà and Barcelona will have to pay special attention and rush to carry out new tests. 'AS' adds to its information that the two players who have coronavirus, as soon as they found out, were isolated as per RFEF protocol.