Coronavirus: Di María discusses the impact on his life and family
With France in lockdown, the Paris Saint-Germain attacker spoke about his experiences of the coronavirus pandemic.
Paris Saint-Germain attacker Ángel Di María discussed the scary and crazy times people were living through during the coronavirus pandemic.
France's coronavirus lockdown
France has been hit hard by coronavirus, reporting more than 37,500 cases and 2,314 deaths. The Ligue 1 season was suspended on March 13, with PSG sitting 12 points clear atop the table, but Di María admitted it was a scary time, with France's nationwide lockdown extended until mid-April.
"It is something crazy that we are experiencing," he told Telefe on Saturday. "We're trying not to do many things, [staying] at home. For our daughters we don't want to get infected.
"I go to the supermarket a lot. I have a normal life because people are respectful. My wife only went once, and she took off all her clothes at the door before entering the house and went to bathe.
"You are a little scared of everything. The situation you look at and hear scares you."
PSG were last in action on March 11, beating Borussia Dortmund to reach the Champions League quarter-finals.
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