The problems in Gabon do not seem to affect the club’s internals and they start with the premise that hope is the last thing to be lost. The selected one of Africa does not think about a possible cancellation of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang despite the positive for coronavirus and heart problems that was detected in the last few hours. Likewise, there is no idea of calling off Lemina and Meyé who also tested positive for COVID-19.
The three names that seem to have certain problems that affect their continuity and physique will not be called off. We are talking about Aubameyang, Lemina and Meyé who have heart problems, but are still on the list. What’s more, the ‘gunner’ is expected to be ready to play the third game of the group stage.
For Gabon, the start of the Africa Cup was not easy at all and they had to deal with a coronavirus outbreak that prevented them from having some players. Added to that, the three positives from the players became a bigger problem when their heart problems were discussed.
Following a possible logic, the Gabon team should have released the players so that they can be treated by their clubs and have a better recovery, but this has not happened. Moreover, the Federation of the African country hopes to have them in the third match of the tournament.
Gabon’s next match will be against Morocco on Tuesday, January 18, and it will be a direct duel to find out who occupies first place in the group. This will also be vital for ‘the panthers’ as they play their way into the next round against Ghana, who in turn hope to reach third place when they face Comoros.
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