The MLS all-Star Game, scheduled for July has been cancelled due to coronavirus.
Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles, was due to host the game between the best MLS players and a Liga MX side on July 29th, but it was officially cancelled on Tuesday.
It is the first year since the concept was launched in 1996 that a game will not be played.
Major League Soccer was suspended in March due to coronavirus, which has claimed more than 324,000 lives globally.
The US is the worst hit country, with more than 1.5 Million confirmed cases and a death toll exceeding 93,000.
MLS also confirmed that the Leagues Cup and the Campeones Cup had also been cancelled for this year.
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