The MLS confirmed the decision to postpone the game after testing the footballers.
Toronto FC and DC United should be added to the resumption of the MLS This Sunday in a match that would take place in Orlando, but the organization of the tournament decided to postpone the match because one footballer tested positive for coronavirus and another gave an inconclusive result.
“Major League Soccer announced that today’s game, DC United vs. Toronto FC, has been postponed and will be rescheduled. MLS will announce details later today about the rescheduled game,” the league statement said.
He adds: “According to league health and safety protocols, clubs are tested the day before each game. Yesterday’s test results for DC United and Toronto FC produced an unconfirmed initial positive COVID-19 case. for one player and inconclusive test for another player. Due to the clubs arrival time in Orlando, league protocol called for re-evaluating both teams this morning and awaiting the results of those tests before playing the game “
“Major League Soccer will continue to prioritize the health and safety of all Back is MLS Tournament participants in making these decisions,” the statement concludes.
MLS postpones Toronto FC vs. DC United match.
– Major League Soccer (@MLS) July 12, 2020
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