Ghanaian midfielder, Michael Essien is leaving any stone unturned amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Essien has shared a video of himself keeping fit after football in Azerbaijan was suspended due to the deadly virus.
The 37-year-old shared a video on Instagram in which he was involved in some training routines to keep himself fit.
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The former Chelsea star currently plies his trade for FK Sabail, while doubling as coach for the club’s U-19 side.
Azerbaijan, just like a number of countries across the globe have suspended all sporting activities after cases of COVID-19 reached pandemic levels in the last month.
The country has recorded 34 cases of Coronavirus, with six persons reported to have recovered.
Watch the video below:
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Meanwhile, Ghanaian striker Jordan Ayew who is a brother to the Black Stars' captain Andre Dede Ayew has revealed that the individuals behind his success are his teammates.
Jordan Ayew has been a great sensation at his club Crystal Palace with several amazing performances and sterling goals that changed the destiny of the club on several occasions.
A report indicates that the Black Stars' striker mentioned in an interview that his performance is girded by the efforts of the people he plays with.
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