Spanish La Liga club Valencia have blasted Gian Piero Gasperini for attending the UEFA Champions League clash against them despite knowing he was carrying the dreaded coronavirus.
The Atalanta manager confessed to attending the second-leg of their Champions League last-16 tie in Spain despite suffering from coronavirus. 
Gasperini in a recent interview with Italian outlet Gazatta dello Sport admitted that he was feeling ill a day to the game and was afraid to attend.

He eventually showed up for the came and guided his side to a 4-3 win on the night as they progress with an aggregate 8-4 win.
Top scientists have disclosed that the Champions League encounter between Atalanta and Valencia was the spreading point for the deadly coronavirus. 
Atalanta's home ground is in Bergamo, but the Champions League body refused to allow them use the venue for their games due to how small it is. 
And they had to travel to San Siro with their fans which is the home of AC Milan to play their Champions League encounter against Spanish giants Valencia. 
The match in Spain was played behind closed doors as the pandemic began spreading across Europe, but Gasperini's decision to attend has been questioned by Valencia, who feel he put people's safety at risk.