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PSG vs Dortmund second leg UCL match to take place behind closed doors

PSG’s second leg Champions League clash against Borussia Dortmund
on Wednesday will take place behind closed doors amid coronavirus fears.

The second leg of the last-16 tie is due to be played at PSG’s Parc des Princes stadium, but fans will not be allowed to
attend.

The decision was confirmed by PSG, who said in their own  official statement:

“Paris Saint-Germain notes the decision of the Paris Prefecture de Police to hold the Paris Saint-Germain v Borussia Dortmund match on Wednesday 11 March behind  closed doors.

“In this context, the club remains fully mobilized to organize the match in the best possible conditions.

“The club would like to thank all supporters for their understanding and continued support.”

It becomes the second game to be affected by the deadly coronavirus after Atalanta vs Valencia was also affected.

Dortmund lead the tie 2-1on aggregate following Ering Haaland masterclass in the first leg.

Odiase Osayande

Written by Odiase Osayande

Odiase Osayande is a senior sports writer at Dockaysworld. He is a strong supporter of Liverpool and he's telling the best stories of the beautiful game of football to fans worldwide.

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