Liverpool's Hilarious Zoom Yoga Session Is The Best Video You'll Watch Today
Liverpool have shared the Zoom video chat of their squad doing a yoga session and it's brilliant.
The Premier League leaders are currently training from home in isolation amid the coronavirus crisis.
But the players keep in touch via Zoom when they participate in yoga and their latest online session is a must-watch video which features Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Virgil van Dijk not to mention Jurgen Klopp, to name a few.
The Reds posted the clip on Twitter with the caption: "Something to put a smile on your face. We check in with the Reds before another online squad yoga session - big smiles, togetherness and a special birthday singalong. At times like these, it's important to keep active together and stay in touch with family and friends."
Something to put a smile on your face :grin:
We check in with the Reds before another online squad yoga session - big smiles, togetherness and a special birthday singalong.
At times like these, it's important to keep active together and stay in touch with family and friends. pic.twitter.com/6xtJMGyuA3
- Liverpool FC (at :house:) (@LFC) April 8, 2020
Needless to say, Liverpool fans loved it.
"Ox is the goat. My guy cracks everyone up," one social media user wrote.
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A second tweeted: "Jimmy Milner being on his wife's account for this is the most Jimmy Milner thing ever."
A third wrote: "Loving the fact Klopp still got all his boys to sing Happy birthday song."
A fourth added: "Made my day, but damn I miss them."
Klopp, meanwhile thanked all the medical professionals for their work during the global pandemic.
On this #WorldHealthDay, we once again want to thank all the health care workers around the world who are fighting day and night to keep us safe :heart: pic.twitter.com/gBMmbDJ6eu
- Liverpool FC (at :house:) (@LFC) April 7, 2020
"Hello. Myself, the staff and all the players of LFC would like to take this opportunity to deliver a message to say thank you to all the incredible people who work in the health services - all the health workers if you want, out there," he said in a video posted on social media.
"It's unbelievable what you are doing and on behalf of all of us from LFC, I would like to say thank you. Or, how we would say in Germany, vielen dank (thanks a lot)."
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