Premier League action has been put on hold for the time being as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to be felt around the world.
There has been no games since the start of last month due to the outbreak with the safety of players, staff and fans paramount in the situation.
It’s not just football that has been affected, with the regulations laid out by the UK government meaning that the population can only leave their house for essential reasons.
It leaves people finding ways of spending the extra free time that they now have on their hands, and Premier League players are no different.
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Video games are one way that players are using in order to keep themselves entertained during the lockdown, with FIFA a popular choice.
It was Arsenal vs Chelsea on Sunday evening as Gunners’ full-back Kieran Tierney took on Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount in an online game.
The two players took part in a live stream in order to raise funds to combat the virus.
In the first-leg the Scotland full-back came out at 4-1 winner against his rival, much to the delight of Arsenal fans.
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Tierney has had an injury-hit first season at the Emirates Stadium which has limited him to just 11 first-team appearances in all competitions.
The 22-year-old is currently in the final stages of rehabilitation for a dislocated shoulder which he suffered in the 3-1 win over West Ham United back in December.
Mount has had a breakthrough season at Stamford Bridge under Frank Lampard having made 41 appearances in all competitions during the 2019/20 campaign.