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Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini was dealing with the coronavirus

Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini admitted he had defeated the coronavirus, and he was wiped out not long before the Champions League’s first game against Valencia.

By mid-March, when Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini was dealing with the coronavirus, the idea of joining Bergamo ‘s hospital — which at the time was loaded up with COVID-19 patients — made him fear for his life.

Fortunately for Gasperini, he recuperated rapidly and didn’t have to look into the hospital of Pope John XXIII. The coach just as of late affirmed that he had the infection when the whole team was tried 10 days ago, he said in a meeting distributed on Sunday with the Gazzetta Dello Sport.

Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini was dealing with the coronavirus
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Gasperini, 62, began feeling debilitated on March 9, a day prior Atalanta played in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 at Valencia.

At the point when he came back to Bergamo, which before long became the focal point of the pandemic, he said, “I didn’t have a fever yet I felt devastated and as in the event that I had a fever of 40 degrees.”

Milan is considered as the place where a large part of Italy’s coronavirus disease originated, and one of the guilty parties is the duel among Atalanta and Valencia. And just before the match, Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini felt the signs.

“I felt sick not long before the game with Valencia, and the situation deteriorated on the day of the game. I didn’t look great on the seat in the event that you take a gander at the photos. It was March 10 and I didn’t rest soundly for the following two evenings. I didn’t have a fever, however, I had a feeling that I had it. Ambulances were heard at regular intervals, it seemed like a war zone that I was dreaming around evening time about what might happen to me on the off chance that I went to the hospital because I realized I was unable to leave now, I had significantly more to do, so I was joking with myself, yet I was really stressed over it. I was on the treadmill for an hour and ran about ten miles, I felt incredible and great, “Gasperini told La Gazzetta Dello Sport.

Loss of taste and smell is one of the key symptoms of contamination with COVID-19 and Gasperini has experienced it.