Tottenham stars Sessegnon and Sanchez jogging side by side in London amid warnings of social distancing from coronaviruses – The Sun

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TOTTENHAM stars Davinson Sanchez and Ryan Sessegnon were photographed running side by side despite strict government warnings about social distancing.

Spurs players continue to stay in shape despite blocking football for the foreseeable future with training fields closed due to the coronavirus epidemic.


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 Tottenham stars Ryan Sessegnon and Davinson Sanchez are said to have been jogging while ignoring orders of social distancing4
Tottenham stars Ryan Sessegnon and Davinson Sanchez are said to have been jogging while ignoring orders of social distancing
 The Tottenham pair was captured by video jogging by a car on the nearby green4
The Tottenham pair was captured by video jogging by a car on the nearby green

Keeping two meters apart has been described as one of the most effective methods of fighting the Covid-19 epidemic.

Experts say the practice will help slow the spread of the deadly coronavirus bug.

The Spurs and all other football clubs have been locked out with the rest of the country in an attempt to stop the escalating infection rate, with footballers having to train at home and alone.

However, a passerby shared an online image of the 23-year-old Colombian international ace 19, running side by side near Hadley Common in north London.

A Tottenham spokesperson said, “We have reminded all of our players to respect social distance when exercising outdoors.

“We will continue to reinforce this message. “

It occurs when the pandemic has affected thousands of people around the world – with cases in 183 countries.

And in the UK only, the the death toll has now surpassed 6,000 after 758 deaths in England alone on Monday, the deadliest day so far.

NHS England has confirmed that the latest victims were between 23 and 102 years old – the 23-year-old with no underlying health problems.

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Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney was warned by police for breaking the coronavirus lock-up with repeat offender Kyle Walker.

The former captain of Man Utd and of England, 34, was the victim of a collar for having broken the rules of social distancing with the lateral back of Manchester City.

The neighbor next door took advantage of an early evening walk with their families on Friday when they crossed paths.

A policewoman, who was nearby on another call, jumped up and warned them before ordering them to go home separately.

A source said that Rooney took two of his four children to Prestbury golf course for a walk.

English defender Walker, 29, also followed the course with his ex-model Annie Kilner, 27, and their three young children.

Lock rules allow people to exercise once a day, but not to meet friends.

 Ryan Sessegnon was considered one of the Spurs players running near the club's training ground.4
Ryan Sessegnon was considered one of the Spurs players running near the club’s training ground.Credit: PA: Press Association
 Colombian defender Davinson Sanchez is said to be the other current player with the youngster

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Colombian defender Davinson Sanchez would be the other current player with the youngsterCredit: Getty

This followed Jack Grealish’s apology after he was also caught meeting government counsel.

The 24-year-old Aston Villa captain turned to Twitter for forgiveness after ignoring his own advice to stay indoors when he “stupidly agreed” to a party all night.

But that didn’t stop Villa’s furious chefs from publicly exploding their skipper and fining him £ 100,000.

He also deserved contempt from the nation fighting the coronavirus – and jeopardized a potential appeal to England.

West Midlands police were called to the Dickens Heath area of ​​Solihull before 10 a.m. Sunday after learning that a Range Rover had crashed into cars parked on the street.

The Sun released images of a damaged white Range Rover and a confused-looking Grealish in a bright blue hoodie, shorts, slippers, and thong.

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Brighton people stroll along the Hove waterfront in large numbers, making social distance difficult as the coronavirus attacks



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