Dynamo Kyiv's main keeper, defender test positive for COVID-19.


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Two of Dynamo Kyiv's key players will miss the next game of the UEFA Champion's League's group stage after testing positive for coronavirus.

That's according to Meta-ratings.com.ua.

The outlet claims the infected players are the team's main goalkeeper Heorhiy Bushchan and defender Vitaly Mykolenko.

The club's PE coach Vitaly Kuleba has also tested positive, reads the report.

Read also COVID-19: Over 5,400 new active cases reported on Oct 26 The entire team, coaches and staff passed the tests before flying to Hungary for the away match against Ferencvárosi scheduled for Wednesday, October 28.

Back in August, two Dynamo players got infected with the coronavirus: midfielder Roman Vantukh and striker Nazariy Rusyn.

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Author: UNIAN

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