Another week has passed by without live sport, but there have still been some entertaining moments.
From a five-year-old Leeds United fan bidding for Brighton defender Ben White to Andy Robertsons hilarious isolation diary, has listed some of our favourite bits below…
Nick Kyrgios relates to an unbothered young tennis player
Nick Kyrgios is very emotive during his matches
Kyrgios hit the headlines at last summers Wimbledon tournament when he was seen at a pub the night before his second round clash with Rafa Nadal, which he went on to lose.
The Australian star is known for losing his cool during his tennis matches, and once called an umpire a tool before smashing two rackets last year.
A recent video showed a young tennis player refusing to hit tennis balls – and it caught Kyrgios eye.
On Twitter, he said: Haha I feel youuuuuu.
Tottenham and Bournemouth reverse furlough decisions
Both Tottenham and Bournemouth reversed their respective decisions to utilise the governments coronavirus job retention scheme.
Spurs and the Cherries had faced fierce backlash after originally announcing they intended to furlough non-playing staff.
Both clubs admitted to listening to fans when deciding not to go ahead with their original plans.
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Frank Lampard jokes about Roy Keane being nice
Keane is seen on television giving his honest opinions of current Premier League stars.
It often results in some harsh truths but not in Billy Gilmours case.
Following his man-of-the-match performance in an FA Cup victory over Liverpool last month, Keane said Chelsea midfielder Gilmour, 18, performed like a world class player.
Speaking about the praise, Blues boss Lampard said: I had to put my cup of tea down to hear Roy say something nice!
Roy Keane was a fantastic midfield player and he probably wont give credit unless its due – and it certainly was due.
And hes right, I heard the statements he made about Billy and I think hes spot on.
Frank Lampard has put a lot of faith in Billy Gilmour
Joe Coles kids turning off the lights during an interview
During an interview from his home, Cole was left in the dark literally.
The former Chelsea and England star’s children surprised him by turning the lights off for 18 seconds.
At the time, he said: Turn that light on! Sorry. Turn the light on, kids! Come on turn this one on up here!
The lights were eventually turned back on and the interview continued.
Ross Barkleys unbelievable fitness
The ‘Run 5 Donate 5 Nominate 5’ challenge has taken over social media over the past few weeks.
In an effort to raise money for the NHS to combat the coronavirus pandemic, people are running 5km, donating £5 and nominating five friends to follow suit.
Well, Barkleys 5km time was extremely impressive.
The Chelsea midfielder managed to complete the run in 16 minutes and 11 seconds.
Marcos Rojos kindess
Rojo is one of many footballers helping out during the coronavirus crisis.
The Manchester United defender has been handing out meals in Argentina, distributing food and drink to more than 200 families in his hometown of La Plata.
Rojo, who is on loan at Estudiantes, said: “It was a pleasure to do something small locally to me to help in this unfortunate struggle the world is going through.
Of course, we took the necessary precautions using masks and gloves to protect ourselves and others.
“My neighbourhood is a humble place but it’s a very friendly place and I am proud to call it home. The community spirit during this crisis has been really uplifting.”
Brighton reject a five-year-old Leeds fans bid for Ben White
Before the coronavirus outbreak brought football to a halt last month, White was enjoying a successful loan spell at Premier League hopefuls Leeds.
The 22-year-old defender has made 37 appearances for the league leaders this term.
It remains to be seen where White will be playing next season, but Leeds fan Daniel Auton hopes it is at Elland Road.
Ben White is on loan at Leeds from Brighton
Daniel wrote to Brighton chief executive Paul Barber hoping to buy White with all of his pocket money which totals to £15.07.
He wrote: Dear Paul, I am 5 years old and I am a Leeds United fan. I am writing this letter to you regarding a player of yours who is currently on loan with us.
“The player in question is my favourite player Ben White. If at all possible can we please, please, please buy Ben at the end of the season.
“I have counted all my pennies in my piggy bank and I have £15.07 if this helps.
Barber kindly replied to Daniel saying he had given the offer serious consideration, while explaining White was a very important part of Brighton head coach Graham Potters plans.
Romelu Lukaku endorses Mason Greenwood
While Lukaku divided opinion among Manchester United fans, his goalscoring record cant be ignored.
The Belgium forward netted 42 times in 96 games before joining Inter Milan in a £72million deal last summer.
United failed to sign a replacement, which led to more playing time for 18-year-old Greenwood, who has scored 13 goals in all competitions this season.
There are high hopes for Mason Greenwood at Old Trafford
And Lukaku appears to be a big fan of the Man United academy graduate.
In a Q&A session on Twitter, when asked who Uniteds best youngster is, Lukaku said: Greenwood that boy coldddddd.
Andy Robertsons to-do list
Liverpool star Robertson is as organised as ever.
The Scotland captain revealed his ‘daily routine’ in a Twitter post, saying: Thought youd like to see what a typical day in isolation looks like for Robbo
The to-do list included calling Liverpool teammate Trent Alexander-Arnold at numerous times of the day, drinking Irn-Bru and texting Virgil van Dijk to say he misses him!
People playing tennis in an extraordinary way
People have been keeping themselves busy during the lockdown in most parts of Europe.
But some have gone the extra mile.
In a video, which has been viewed over seven million times on Twitter, two people are seen playing tennis on their rooftops, hitting balls back and forth from one building to the other in Liguria, Italy. Incredible!