Danny Ings, footballer of Southampton, tested positive right after facing the Liverpool on January 4, a duel that he would have played already infected as confirmed by himself Ralph Hassenhuttl.
Ings, who since then has stayed away from the team until his quarantine ends this Friday, just before playing against Liverpool, he spent 77 minutes on the pitch and was the scorer of the goal that gave Liverpool the victory. Just before the game, at routine Premier League checks, Ings tested negative.
“In the game against Liverpool, maybe Ings was contagious. I think it’s 48 hours before a test comes back positive, and we haven’t had any more so far, and that means we are following our protocols and guidelines. We follow them and are disciplined ”, explained the Southampton coach, who confirmed Ings’s positive. Further, Hassenhuttl He continued to defend himself against following the protocols, ensuring that “we did it after the game against Liverpool, in the game and before. You never know, but that shows that it is worth adhering to the protocols to control risk ”.