Updated 05/07/2021 5:47 PM
After the odyssey that Independiente had to live in Brazil and the situation of
Esteban Andrada -
Boca's goalkeeper - who was isolated by positive covid in Guayaquil, now the one who has to live moments of uncertainty is the Lanús squad that this Thursday won for the South American Cup in Asunción against La Equidad de Colombia and this Friday he
was stranded in Paraguay.
The team led by
had planned to return to the country this Friday morning.
However, the Paraguayan health authorities did not accept the results of the PCR tests carried out by the players, coaching staff and leaders, and
they could not return to Argentina.
El Garnate stayed one day longer than expected in Asunción, underwent new tests and returned to the hotel where he had stayed to avoid a situation similar to the one that Independiente had suffered.
And in order not to miss the work day, the Lanús delegation went to the Conmebol facilities to carry out a light practice and keep the squad ready for
Sunday's game against Talleres
when they will play a ticket to the quarterfinals of the Professional League Cup.
🇱🇻 Club Lanús communicates: pic.twitter.com/D2nq9UdiPz
- Club Lanús (@clublanus) May 7, 2021
The club issued a statement in which it reported on the situation the team is going through in Paraguay and they assure that the return to the country will take place early this Saturday.
As long as there are no surprises.
They identified the perpetrators of the death threats to the wife of the Boca goalkeeper, Esteban Andrada
Independiente's campus was released after testing negative for coronavirus