- Alex Iwobi looks bored staying at home due to the lockdown
- The Nigerian player posted a video of himself playing alone at home
- Coronavirus has forced all football competitions in the UK to be suspended
Super Eagles and Everton of England forward Alex Iwobi is currently in his UK home in self-solation as the Premier League and other top competitions remain suspended in the UK.
The Nigerian international, just like many other players around the world, seems to be tired of staying at home and can’t wait to return to the pitch.
In his latest post on Instagram, the 23-year-old was seen doing keepy-ups and playing football around his UK home, dancing intermittently and sweating it out.
“See you all soon & stay safe,” he captioned the video.
Iwobi has relished the challenge of getting back to action for Everton after a full recovery from injury, saying he is hungrier and ready to make his impact for the Carlo Ancelotti's side.
The Nigerian international joined Everton from Arsenal in the last summer and has made impressive 17 appearances for the Toffees this season before the league was suspended due to coronavirus.
Iwobi, who recently returned from injury, has now vowed to help Everton have a wonderful campaign, saying their epic comeback over Watford is an indication that the club is back to the winning way.
Also, Manchester United striker Odion Ighalo has confirmed that he is bored and missing football after isolating himself in his house for the past two weeks due to coronavirus.
The whole world has been in serious lock down since the virus started killing people in many countries on earth and there has not been any solution yet provided.
Ighalo joined Manchester United in the January transfer window from Shanghai Shenhua and has scored four goals for the Red Devils after playing eight games.
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But the ongoing disturbances of coronavirus in the world made the Premier League board to suspend the League and Ighalo has not played any game for Manchester United since then.
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Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Eagles stars have, in a unique fashion, subtly passed their message on how to avoid contact with the rampaging novel coronavirus which has so far killed over 67,000 people across the globe.
With the pandemic spreading across the world most especially Europe, top professional leagues across the continent have been suspended while players are ordered to self-quarantine.
Panic buyers are snatching up every tissue paper from all stores across the globe in bid to protect themselves.
Nigerian stars took time to challenge themselves as they juggled the 'precious item' in style and pass to another tagging it #StayHomeChallenge.
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