In the past, many stars continue to gallop on the court after being infected, so we have reason to believe that Ronaldo can also beat the new crown virus with sharp goals like he used to score.
But while blessing Ronaldo, we will inevitably see more and more players infected during the International Match Day. Previously, the Ukrainian team was only able to let the 45-year-old assistant coach because of many player infections and injuries. It's obvious when you sit on the bench.
As the European epidemic ushered in the second outbreak period, cross-border friendly matches not only brought a lot of burden to the epidemic prevention of countries, but the higher risk of infection was also a fact that players had to face.
Taking the data from the 12th as an example, among the five major European league countries, the United Kingdom added 13,972 new crown cases in a single day, with a total of more than 600,000 confirmed cases, a total of 42,875 deaths, and France added 8,505 cases in a single day, with a total of more than 800,000 confirmed cases. There were 32,779 deaths in total. Italy added 4,619 cases in a single day, with a total of more than 300,000 confirmed cases and 36,205 deaths.
Spain added 9286 cases in a single day, with a total of more than 900,000 confirmed cases and 33,124 deaths. Germany added 4,803 cases in a single day, with a total of more than 300,000 confirmed cases, and a total of 9,721 deaths.
Among them, the Madrid region of Spain has begun to lock down the city. Even if the city is closed compared with the first time, sports events are not affected, but we can still see the current severe epidemic situation in Europe. Different from our country's strict epidemic prevention efforts, Europeans' nature to pursue freedom, the different government's overall epidemic prevention measures, and the more resistance to wearing masks, the epidemic management and control face great difficulties.
In the context of such realistic conditions, the leagues of various countries have taken into account their economic interests and cannot afford the heavy losses of the suspension again. But for the health of the players, should the relatively more “unimportant” national team events, such as the UEFA Nations League and other friendly matches, really be considered to be suspended for a while?
For the fans, what is even more alarming is that there will be another national team match day next month. We really don’t want to see another player’s diagnosis. After all, we can only offer more exciting games while ensuring our own safety, right?