Former President of real Madrid died of coronavirus

Former President of the Spanish football clubs real Madrid and málaga Lorenzo Sanz died at the age of 76 years from coronavirus COVID-19. This first reported by Marca and then the information was confirmed by the club of Madrid.

Tuesday, March 17, Sansa was hospitalized with pulmonary insufficiency. Test for coronavirus was positive. The next day, Lorenzo’s condition worsened, and the evening of 21 March he died.

Sanz was President of real from 1995 to 2000, under his direction, the club has twice won the Champions League. In 2006, he bought “Malaga”, which four years later sold the club to the Qatari investor.

Con Lorenzo Sanz, el Real Madrid conquistó 7 títulos entre 1995 y 2000: 2 Copas de Europa, 1 Copa Intercontinental, 1 Liga, 1 Supercopa de España, 1 Liga de baloncesto y 1 Recopa de baloncesto.#RealMadrid pic.twitter.com/6GjfBb44oJ

— Real Madrid C. F.⚽ (@realmadrid) March 21, 2020

Recall, the outbreak of pneumonia caused by a coronavirus, a new type was recorded in the Chinese city of Wuhan at the end of 2019. To date, the virus has spread to 188 countries and territories. Cases it is already about 308 thousand people, of which 13 thousand died.