With the Premier League and English Football League currently suspended amid the Coronavirus pandemic, players are working from home to keep themselves fit and ticking over ahead of the season’s potential resumption.
As the United Kingdom currently sits in a state of lockdown, footballers are unable to train at their club’s training facilities, meaning players now have to execute training regimes and plans in the comfort of their own home.
Sheffield Wednesday attacker Fernando Forestieri is no different, and he’s been practising his ball control at home with his son, though things didn’t go quite to plan.
Uploaded to Forestieri’s personal Instagram story, the 30-year-old is seen doing keepy-ups against a board, but his young son attempts to catch the ball and does not seem impressed with the Owls attacker one bit, as you can see in this amusing clip:
On the pitch, it’s been a frustrating season for the former Watford man, with him making 19 appearances for Sheffield Wednesday, though most of them have come from the bench.
Owls boss Garry Monk has also been utilising Forestieri in an unorthodox wing-back style role, which he is not necessarily known for in football.
Wednesday sit in 15th place in the Championship table, and any hopes of a play-off spot now look tricky with them currently eight points adrift.