Cameroon’s Bassogog tests positive for coronavirus

By Angu Lesley – Cameroon

Cameroon and Henan Jianye forward Christian Bassogog has been tested positive for the coronavirus, can report.

Reports from China indicate that the former Aalborg man is asymptomatic and currently hospitalized in isolation in Guangzhou-China.

Bassogog initially posted a negative result on his return to the country on July 15 but has since been tested positive without symptoms on two occasions.

The 24-year-old Cameroonian returned to China two weeks ago and had been kept under quarantine since his return to the country.

The 2017 AFCON winner and Most Valuable Player is the second registered COVID-19 case related to the Chinese Super League.

So far, Bryan Mbeumo and Clinton Njie are the two Cameroonian international footballers that have contracted the virus but have since recovered and returned to normal life.

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