Liverpool recently was knocked with a blow after three of their players tested positive for the covid virus, this greatly affected the teams performance causing the champions to suffer a very shameful defeat before the international break. Just recently the Guinean star just got infected adding to the number by making it four. Naby Keita is one of five players from the Guinea national team to have tested positive for COVID-19, according to reports in the Liverpool midfielder's native country. Keita was absent as Guinea sealed a 2-1 victory over Cape Verde in their first of two friendlies in Portugal this month.
Now, though it has emerged that Keita and four of his team-mates tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday and have been in quarantine since. Foot224, a reliable source when it comes to Guinean football, claim that Keita underwent tests on Wednesday, with the results returned on Friday, before a secondary test confirmed his case on Sunday.keita now in becomes the fourth player to test positive in the Liverpool squad following Liverpool team-mates;
#Xherdan Shaqiri Having all tested positive for the virus. Lets hope they all recover soon for their next EPL fixture against Everton.
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