Football: No Liverpool, Manchester United as International Champions Cup in Singapore is cancelled

Paul Pogba of Manchester United is surrounded by several Inter players in their International Champions Cup match in Singapore on July 20, 2019, watched by 52,897 fans.
Paul Pogba of Manchester United is surrounded by several Inter players in their International Champions Cup match in Singapore on July 20, 2019, watched by 52,897 fans.ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
The three international football teams being lined up to feature at the National Stadium were English giants Liverpool and Manchester United and German club Borussia Dortmund.
The three international football teams being lined up to feature at the National Stadium were English giants Liverpool and Manchester United and German club Borussia Dortmund.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - The International Champions Cup (ICC) has become the latest and most high-profile sporting event in Singapore to be affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

In response to The Straits Times' queries, ICC organisers Relevent Sports Group (RSG) confirmed on Friday (Feb 28) the event will not take place in Asia this summer.

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