The COVID-19 outbreak concerns strike again against football – this time the most important football match of the year to be played in Indian soil will not have any supporters at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, in Margao, Goa state.
The clash between ATK of the Fijian national team captain Roy Krishna and Chennayin will miss one of the most important touches of football; with no people in the stands, football seems completely different. Despite the issues, Indian government decided to avoid situations that will attract big crowds concerned about the fast-spreanding new virus that is stunning the world.
ATK will be fighting for their 3rd title in the league, while Krishna is the current top scorer of the season – hoping to win the trophy and also end the league as the golden boot winner.
The final will kick-off at 7pm Indian time – 2am Fijian time.
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