The Coppa Italia second-leg semi-final match between Napoli and Victor Moses’ Inter Milan on Thursday has been postponed indefinitely amid the coronavirus outbreak.

According to Reuters, the Serie A League, which organises the competition, said in a statement on Wednesday that the Coppa Italia game billed for the Stadio San Paolo, had been called off on the orders of the Naples city government.

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It is the 12th game to be postponed since the crisis began and the third involving Inter.

Italy has been the worst affected country in Europe by the outbreak, with 79 deaths and more than 2,500 cases.

The decision came as Serie A was holding a meeting to try and find a coherent, long-term way of dealing with the situation.

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