The coronavirus pandemic can only shake the world but can not end it; the pandemic can only interrupt football in stadiums but can not stop Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny from training with his son Liam.
The 29-year-old Polish goalkeeper took to his Instagram account to share a video showing the training section he had with Liam to the admiration of his Instagram followers.
In the video, Liam who would turn 2 years old in June, was seen trying to score his father who sat on the floor posing like a goalkeeper on a football training ground, but this time around, it was at a corner of his living room.
Liam took a quick shot and Szczesny displayed the agility he always displays in Juventus colours and caught the ball. The little boy was so excited as he was seen celebrating the shot.
In seconds, Szczesny returned the ball to the little boy; immediately Liam was in possession of the ball, he took a hotter shot but not hot enough for the Juventus shot-stopper to handle.
Still, the little boy celebrated the shot like he just scored a match-winning goal to the extent of even taking a slide on the floor.
In the caption, Wojciech Szczesny wrote: “Training at home can be really fun.”
Watch Szczesny Trains with his son:
This was not the first time the little boy was filmed displaying his football skills. There are pictures showing when Szczesny brought him on the pitch at Poland National stadium in 2019 after the Euro 2020 qualification match between Poland and Slovenia.
Szczesny and his family
The goalkeeper had a very long spell with Premier League side Arsenal from 2009 to 2017. He managed to gather 132 appearances for the gunners despite not being stable at the club due to loan moves to Brentford (2009 to 2010) and Roma (2015 – 2017).
He married his long time lover and Polish singer Marina Łuczenko on 21 May 2016. She gave birth to their only son Liam on 30 June 2018.