Achterberg will also be in contact with Alisson throughout the lockdown, as the Brazilian continues his recover from a calf injury ahead of a return to action when football resumes.
While Alisson will be undergoing more traditional exercises as part of his work from home, the 27-year-old also demonstrated his supreme throwing technique from his garden:
The less said about the Cristiano Ronaldo celebration the better, though…
Meanwhile, Oxlade-Chamberlain worked on his short game as he set up a mini golf course in his garden, showing some strong skills in his second sport:
And in the No. 4’s Q&A on Twitter on Tuesday evening, he told Wijnaldum that he is “feeling fine” despite the down time, and that his “body will be ready for when we go again”:
Feeling fine bro, the body will be ready for when we go again!
Alexander-Arnold also shared a photo of his approach to training, with the right-back working on his strength and balance in his garden:
Adrian delivered a worthwhile message on the importance of staying at home during the pandemic, with a possible hint to fans’ concern over the title race as he wrote, with a wink, “they have not taken anything away from us, they have simply put it off”:
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Family, friends, football… they have not taken anything away from us, they have simply put it off ? Together and being responsible we will enjoy it again. #StayHome ?? . Familia, amigos, fútbol… No nos han quitado nada, simplemente nos lo han aplazado. ? Juntos y siendo responsables volveremos a disfrutarlo. #QuédateEnCasa ??
Finally, Ian Rush paid tribute to the ultimate April Fool’s Day joke, with a throwback to 1989 and the front cover of Shoot magazine:
A prank that would not be possible in this day and age!