Manchester United footballer Paul Pogba wore Juventus jersey while training indoors in support of his ex-teammates at Juventus who fell victim to the deadly pandemic coronavirus which has affected over 2,18,000 including 8,810 deaths worldwide.
In a video posted on his Instagram, Pogba was training with United teammate Victor Lindelof at his new 'Quarantine PP Arena' which is also open 24/7.
"Be strong, #StayAtHome and be safe.
"New training camp is called Quarantine PP Arena, open 24/7!
"Having fun working at home with my brother @victorlindelof!
"(I know the cheeky ones will talk about the Juventus jersey. I'm just supporting my friends that's all, nothing more)."
France international Blaise Matuidi was the second Juventus footballer after Daniele Rugani to fall victim to the deadly pandemic coronavirus.
Football has been badly hit by the coronavirus. Several leagues like La Liga, Premier League, Serie A and more have been suspended temporarily after many players and managers tested positive for the virus.
Not only the top five football leagues, but UEFA Champions and Europa League have been suspended too. The Euro 2020 and Copa America have been postponed to 2021.