With almost all football postponed indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic, star players have found themselves at a loose end.
With many training grounds off-limits, clubs have sent footballers home, where they're adhering to an isolation period for the next few weeks. How are they passing the time?
ESPN will be keeping a daily eye on what the world's best are up to, as well as how clubs are keeping busy by battling in online competitions against each other.
In light of the 2020 London Marathon being postponed on Sunday, the "2.6 challenge" swept across social media over the weekend.
The aim was to raise money for charities who missed out as a result of the marathon being cancelled by doing 2.6 or 26 of any chosen activity -- 2.6 mile run, 26-minute bike ride, etc.
Gareth Bale stepped up to the plate after being challenged by Welsh rugby legend Jonathan Davies and proceeded to do 26 keepy-uppies with an acrobatic finish.
Juventus forward Douglas Costa casually revealed that he has a large, fully-functional bowling lane (complete with overhead screen) built into his back room.
Brescia striker Mario Balotelli kept himself entertained by doing some impressive ball juggling in his back yard with a miniature football.
The Juventus playmaker Miralem Pjanic is obviously missing his teammates having donned Leonardo Bonucci's jersey before venturing out into the garden to perform trick shots.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Erik Lamela was out in the garden, enjoying a lively skills session in the afternoon sunshine with his son, Tobias.
As fit and agile as ever, 49-year-old Cafu proved he very much still has "it" by pulling off an impressive series of deft sombreros in his hall.
🏃¡DOMINGO DE ENTRENO para MARCELO!— El Chiringuito TV (@elchiringuitotv) April 26, 2020
El jugador del Real MADRID aprovecha para ver FÚTBOL mientras se ejercita sobre la cinta. pic.twitter.com/lQDeRIq7To
The Real Madrid veteran managed to combine his daily exercise session with football thanks to the screen he has installed on his treadmill.
Ni estar a 2548 kilómetros de distancia ni tener que protegernos en casa ante el #Covid_19 van a hacer que nos olvidemos de la #FeriaDeAbril2020 y de nuestra tierra. Eso sí, #QuedateEnCasa 🙏🏻, quedan muchas ferias para disfrutar juntos. pic.twitter.com/w5NzUUu42H— Adrián San Miguel (@AdriSanMiguel) April 26, 2020
Liverpool goalkeeper Adrian made sure to join in with the Feria de Abril (an annual street festival in his hometown of Seville) celebrations despite being over a thousand miles away...