In the Turkish draw, Croatia’s Vida lost after a positive test of Kovid-19

In the Turkish draw, Croatia's Vida lost after a positive test of Kovid-19

P The Defender was withdrawn and immediately separated from the rest of the team

Croatia’s center-back Domagoj Vida was given a half-time place in a friendly-3 friendly draw with Turkey on Wednesday after a positive test for Kovid-19.

Although Vida also tested negative on Monday along with the rest of the team, the result of his test on the morning of the match as the match progressed returned a ‘potential positive result’.

As a precaution, the 1-year-old, who plays club football for the Besiktas, was taken down half-time and placed in immediate isolation with further testing confirming his positive Covid-19 diagnosis.

The next match after the Croatian Football Federation came out of the coronavirus and they were so stressed that they strictly adhered to all UEFA protocols.

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“The medical service of the Croatian national team received preliminary information at the end of the break between the two parts that there is a possible positive result. This is a normal testing procedure, and feedback is received to find the ‘suspicious’ to confirm the result,” he said. Read his statement.

“At the time, as coach Zlatko Dalik had already decided to replace Vida, the national team’s medical service isolated Vida according to all epidemiological measures until the test results were confirmed.

Vida, according to the rules, will spend the next few days in self-isolation in Istanbul.

“All other national team members and staff members who tested negative are scheduled to travel to Stockholm. According to UEFA’s Return to Play protocol, the national team complied with all epidemiological measures.”

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Croatia trailed twice on Wednesday, when they lost the lead in a 3-3 draw.

Manager Dalik said after the match, “It was really six friendly matches, with six goals, and I can be happy because I saw some things I wanted to see, but I can also be unhappy because we eased three goals. Gave up, ”said post-match manager Dalik.

“It worries me. It wasn’t good. Our defense was weak. That shouldn’t be the case.”

Dalic faces Sweden and Portugal in next week’s Nalications League, while Croatia are currently third in Group A of League A and have just three points from their first four games.

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