?The Spanish government have recommended that Barcelona’s second leg against Napoli in the last 16 of the Champions League should be played behind closed doors.
It’s still all to play for after Barcelona were held to a 1-1 draw at the Stadio San Paolo, where Belgium international Dries Mertens became Napoli’s all-time leading goalscorer before Antoine Griezmann scored a vital away goal.
But the return leg is now under threat of being played behind closed doors, with the Spanish government looking to take precautionary measures following the c
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Forbes report Salvador Illa, Spain’s minister of health, has officially announced that Valencia’s match against Atalanta, as well as Getafe’s against Inter in the Europa League, will be played behind closed doors.
It still remains to be seen if Barcelona’s home match against Napoli, which is due to be played on March 18, will be added to the list of
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