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Footballers are definitely missing out on action as the football season has been suspended for now. The Premier League was initially suspended until April 4, but a recent meeting by the Premier League clubs has now agreed to push it up to April 30.
Chelsea players were told to self-isolate after Callum Hudson-Odoi tested positive to coronavirus, but Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount broke the rule after he went out to play a 5-a-side kick about with friends.
The 21-year-old has apologised for his mistake to the club boss Frank Lampard, but it still seems that he’s itching for more, and this time has put his energy to positive use.
Mount has now taken part in the ‘top bin challenge’ as he was nominated to do the challenge a lot of footballers are doing while in coronavitus quarantine, doing keepie uppies with a loo roll.
Mount showed off his skill as he picked out the wastepaper basket with aplomb after doing keepie uppies with a loo roll.