Sports during Covid 19



With COVID-19 pandemic wreaking havoc across the world and no antidote in near sight LIVE sports events have been a mere illusion since late March. Though, with the intensity of the virus seeing a gradual yet very slow dip some of the countries have been able to comeback or keep their sporting activities going without any fans at the venue. Leading the lot has been Taiwan who is a part of the Republic of China in East Asia. They have successfully continued with some sporting activities which include the Chinese Baseball League and inaugural Taipei T10 League which is being LIVE streamed on SportsTiger Application of MyTeam11 for the world audience. 

Another country by the name of Nicargua, which is a part of the National Football Association of North America, Central America, and the Caribbean (CONCACAF) has continued with their top division football league The Liga Primera de Nicaragua which concluded on May 10, 2020 with Real Estelí defeating Managua by a score of 4-1 aggregate.

South Korea on the other hand which was the second most affected nation after the outbreak of the virus have succeeded in showing the way to the world that how relentless testing can help flatten the curve with nearly 20,000 tests being done in a single day. The methodology has reaped results and now Korea Baseball Championship (KBO) has begun their new season with preventive measures in place. In addition, Korea has also been able to restart the K-League with the first match being broadcast across 36 countries including Germany, Britain, India and Australia. The game was also shown on YouTube and on the league’s Twitter page.

UFC 249 has also set a milestone in its own regard. MMA being a combat sport brakes all kinds of social distancing norms and with the states facing a major hurdle in managing the Pandemic the return on any kind of sport looked bleak.  But after the successful completion of the event as Justin Gaethje defeated Tony Ferguson in the lightweight division on the main event of the card,the event drew praise from all around the world. 

Now, all eyes will be set on the German Bundesliga one of the top football leagues of the world which plans for resumption from May 16, 2020. 

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