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More sporting events are being hit badly by the deadly spread of the Corona-virus and the latest to be affected are Manchester United fans in Delhi India

According to a statement released on the Manchester United website on Sunday, the #ILOVEUNITED fan event in Delhi, scheduled for Sunday 15 March has been postponed indefinitely.

United said they regretted the tough decision but they were left with no option going by the directive of the government and the need for them to be conscious of the health implications the planned the event could have caused.

Read the full statement from United here:

“Given the directive from the Indian government to avoid mass gatherings to contain COVID-19, it is with regret that Manchester United announces the postponement of our upcoming #ILOVEUNITED fan event in Delhi, scheduled for Sunday 15 March.

“We understand the disappointment this will cause. However, the wellbeing of our supporters is of paramount importance to us. We look forward to returning to Delhi at a later date. Fans that have already entered the ballot for tickets will automatically be re-entered, once the event is rearranged.

“We thank all our fans in India for their continued support.

Manchester United are presently enjoying a good run as they are unbeaten in their last eight games.

Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo has been in good form for the Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s side and they would hope to continue in that light as they take on fierce rivals Man City in Sunday’s Manchester Derby.

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