Football COVID-19: Dortmund’s Hazard and Wolfsburg’s Casteels have COVID-19

Peril and Casteels were along with the Belgium crew last week, alongside Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne, who tried positive last week.

Borussia Dortmunds Thorgan Hazard tried positive for COVID-19 on Monday and will miss the Champions League game at Sporting Lisbon on Wednesday.

Dortmund said the 28-year-old Hazard didn’t have contact with any colleagues on Monday or Sunday, and that the Belgium forward was holing up.

Additionally on Monday, Wolfsburg said goalkeeper Koen Casteels had tried positive in front of Tuesdays Champions League game at Sevilla.

Danger and Casteels were along with the Belgium crew last week, alongside Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne, who tried positive last week.

Neither one of the germans club said any other person would need to disconnect as contacts of Hazard or Casteels.

All individuals from the Dortmund first-group crew and the under-23s, just as the two groups support staff, are 100% inoculated or recuperated, the club said.

Further quarantine measures are starting there of view excessive.

Dortmunds circumstance stands out forcefully from association rival Bayern Munich. The Bavarian group has five unvaccinated players in isolation after they had contact with a tainted individual or people, while it additionally has two players who tried positive for COVID-19.

Bayern is taking an exhausted side to its Champions League game at Dynamo Kyiv on Tuesday.

Dortmund has Bayern for a conceivably unequivocal game in the Bundesliga on Dec. 4.

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