N’Golo Kanté stops Leo Messi, but the Covid stops N’Golo Kanté.
Even St. Thomas would find it hard to believe. Yes, N’Golo Kanté has unfortunately tested positive for Covid-19. Untenable in the face of all the monsters of the football world, the indefatigable French midfielder has finally found an opponent to his size. Injured then spared by Thomas Tuchel on several occasions, the former Caennais does not start this season in the best possible way. Didier Deschamps can now begin to pray to see N’Golo on the lawn against Belgium on October 7, for the semi-final of the League of Nations.
#CFC midfielder N’Golo Kanté has tested positive for Covid-19 and has gone into self-isolation.
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) September 28, 2021
“Vaccination remains the only solution to fight against the virus for the moment” , launched Didier Deschamps at a press conference on the sidelines of Euro 2021. Even if this choice remains “A personal decision” , international players are advised to go through this. For the moment, no obligation of the French Federation or recommendation of UEFA has been made. The Premier League and the British government had meanwhile encouraged the English elite players to go through the bite.
“Everyone is an adult, living in a free country and society, and people can make their own choices” , explained Thomas Tuchel at a press conference. Medical secrecy requires, impossible to know if Kanté had decided to be vaccinated. The French are placed in solitary confinement.
This is also the first time that Kanté has been isolated.