Days later, however, more talk about the match began as a Juve player tested positive for the coronavirus. The first case of a footballer in Italy. Minutes after it became official, the players and workers of Inter, having been in contact with a person affected by the virus, already had a message from the team doctor on their mobile phone with instructions to follow. Absolute ban on leaving home and taking your temperature every day. Thus for fifteen days, after which he must, in any case, follow the same confinement rules as the rest of the Italians.Rocío Rodríguez is the wife of the Inter Borja Valero player “It was the most boring weekend in history.” This phrase could have been said by any of us, but the author of such wise words is my 10 year old son. Although we have been in Italy for three weeks now with many games postponed and many others behind closed doors, This has been the first weekend without live soccer on television.Here in Milan, weeks ago soccer has ceased to have the weight it had in society. On March 1, the Italian derby was played, one of the matches for the title fight and perhaps one of the most important matches of the year, Juve-Inter. Under normal conditions, the day after such a game, the fans only talk about the result and the controversies. WhatsApp groups smoke with memes and jokes about the game. This time, the coronavirus has captured our full attention.