Asante Kotoko's CAF Champions League against Al Hilal suspended because of Covid-19.


Asante Kotoko's CAF Champions League return leg against Al Hilal on Wednesday night has been suspended after the guests failed to raise the necessary number of players because of Covid-19 positive cases. 

The Ghanaian monsters have been shaken by rising positive cases in the group after five players and seven authorities tried positive for the infection. 

The circumstance had prompted the abrogation of the opposite equipment expected to occur this evening to drive the administering body, CAF to take a choice on the issue. 

The choice was made after discussions with clinical specialists and the well-being office authorities in Sudan. 

Be that as it may, the Porcupine Warriors smell a rat after the outcomes were delivered by the Sudanese clinical specialists. 

The outcomes delivered demonstrated disparities which the Porcupine Warriors are anxious to challenge. 

"AL Hilal Coronavirus test results were stirred up with our outcomes and a Covid aftereffect of one Asante Kotoko player missing," Kotoko composed on their authority Twitter handle.


"The two diverse Coronavirus result test. The Negative outcomes are unique about the " composed letter" arrangement of the Positive Coronavirus results," the club added. 

It is yet to be known whether another test will be led to decide if the players are surely certain or negative. 

In the interim, the club has a Herculean assignment of upsetting a 1-0 shortage from the primary leg game played in Accra a fortnight prior.