Corona’s problems at the Leipzig stadium, which will hold a party for Club Brugge on Wednesday evening, on the fifth day of the group stage of the European Champions League.
Coach Jesse Marsh and first goalkeeper Peter Gulasky have not traveled to Belgium due to infection with the Corona virus. Both men immediately entered seclusion. Assistant Marco Kurth will also remain in Germany after coming into contact with a person who tested positive for the virus. Achim Beierlorzer becomes the man on the bench with the visitors.
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Leipzig is traveling to Belgium as late as possible because Corona numbers are rising in both Germany and Belgium. However, UEFA requires that the visiting team be in the country where the match will be played on the day before the match. Thus, the fact that the Germans are sleeping in Belgium tonight is nothing more than a formality.
The Germans cannot count on the services of Spain international Dani Olmo (23) on Wednesday either. The creative midfielder has a tear in his left thigh and will not travel to West Flanders. Just like the Danish striker Josef Poulsen. He suffered a calf muscle tear during the international break in Denmark and had to watch for four to five weeks.
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