- Davinson Sanchez and Sessegnon have been spotted breaking coronavirus lockdown laws
- Spurs duo were filmed jogging but refused to give space between themselves
- They have now joined the list of top Premier League stars to have been found guilty of the crime
Two Tottenham Hotspur stars Davinson Sanchez and Ryan Sessegnon were spotted breaking the coronavirus lockdown laws.
Everyone has been urged to stay in their homes to avoid contracting or spreading the deadly infection which has killed over 5000 people with more than 51,000 cases recorded already.
The virus has also forced all football activities both in England and all other places to be suspended until a cure has been found.
However, the Spurs duo were sighted jugging in north London despite the warnings issued to all the players.
According to Daily Star, it was one of the passers-by who took it upon himself to expose the Premier League stars.
The publication further stated that Tanguy Ndombele and Serge Aurier were also caught committing same offense.
Although the UK government gives room for an individual to exercise, the rule does not cover two or more people hitting the roads to maintain their fitness level as reported by Daily Star.
Reacting to the video, Tottenham Hotspur spokesperson told the Daily Star Online: "All of our players have been reminded to respect social distancing when exercising outdoors. “We shall continue to reinforce this message.”
Recently, Manchester City announced openly that the will punish their player Kyle Walker who also broke the same law.
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Mason Mount has also been found guilty after meeting up with his best friend Declan Rice at a football centre in London on March 15.
Jack Grealish then crashed his car after the Aston Villa captain partied with friends two weeks later in the outskirts of Birmingham.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Jose Mourinho has promised that Tottenham will win silverware while he is still in charge of the North London side as their manager to prove he is a serial winner, The Sun and Oma Sports report.
Spurs’ last title was the League cup which they won at the 2007-2008 season and the ‘Special One’ has vowed to end their 12-year trophy drought.
However, the club faces a herculean task in the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals where they must overturn a 1-0 first-leg loss to German outfit RB Leipzig.
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