Paulo Dybala was one of the Argentine players who had a coronavirus. The forward Juventus learned that his test had tested positive in mid-March and, as May began, he was able to eliminate the virus.
This Saturday, the "Jewel" participated in a charity event in which he faced a video game match with the Englishman Dele Alli midfielder from Tottenham . Dybala was the winner of the match and then spoke to the press.
"I had the COVID-19 longer than I would have hoped for. Luckily I'm fine, I feel much better and already 100 percent healed. Now I'm happy to be able to train again and suddenly be able to do what we like the most, which is to play soccer, "he said.
The 26-year-old attacker, in addition, referred to the return of football in Europe . "It will be nice because there will be many games in a row. Lovers of this beautiful sport will have a different game every day," he concluded.