Goalkeeper Corona Positive in Japan’s J-League, the second player to be infected in the league;
Season starts on 4th of July
Mitchell Langerk has played 8 matches for Australia. He has played for the German Football League team Dortmund before joining the Japanese club.
Sports Desk- A second case of corona infection has been reported in Japan’s professional football J-League. The corona report of Australian goalkeeper Mitchell Langerak of the league’s first division team Nagoya Grampus has come positive. He is the second player from the club to be infected with the virus. However, they did not show any symptoms.
Langrek has played 8 matches for Australia. He joined Nagoya in January 2018. He has previously played for clubs such as Dortmund and Stuttgard of the Bundesliga.
Club striker report also positive
Earlier on Tuesday, the corona report of Nagoya striker Moo Kanazaki came positive. Kanazaki, 31, complained of a headache and fever after the team’s training session. After this, his corona
investigation was done, the report of which came out positive.
Doubts on starting the league
After this, 26 players who came in contact got their test done. Due to this news, J-League
preparations to start the season again may come as a shock. Last week itself, a decision was taken to start the First Division League from July 4 at the vacant stadium. So far, more than 17 thousand cases of corona infection have been reported in Japan, while 916 have died.
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