Coronavirus, Chelsea’s Mason Mount violates isolation for playing soccer

Coronavirus, Chelsea's Mason Mount violates isolation for playing soccer

Coronavirus, Chelsea's Mason Mount violates isolation for playing soccer

LONDON – Chelsea's Mason Mount was caught playing a five-a-side football match with another Premier League footballer, Declan Rice of West Ham. The Blues player has therefore violated the isolation decided by the club for the Coronavirus emergency, after the case of Callum Hudson-Odoi's positivity. Now risks a disciplinary measure.

The 21 year old from Chelsea and the English national team, as told with some shots published by the Mirror, was surprised on the ProTurf 5G field, at Trent Park, in London, on Sunday 15 March. Mount was recognized despite the raised neck warmer like a mask.

“I took my 14 year old son there for a training session. We noticed a car a little moving and wondered who it was. Then another car came with three or four people inside. My son recognized Mason Mount as a driver – a source told Mirror -. They played a game five against five, or six. Declan Rice was also playing. They wore headbands, but it was not clear whether they did it to protect themselves, or other people, or not to be noticed. " A Chelsea spokesman has already said that the club "reminded Mount of his responsibilities." (source MIRROR)

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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