While all of us football fans continue to despair over the lack of live action, we carry on delving into the archives and reminisce about when there was always football on and all was normal in the world of sport.
Liverpool are one of the teams worst-affected by the coronavirus outbreak - they currently sit a whopping 25 points clear of Manchester City but are desperately monitoring the situation with uncertainty hanging over how the current season will be concluded.
Multiple options are still on the table, with governing bodies trying to hang on as long as they can before making a final call. With Euro 2020 having been postponed by a year, there is at least more space available for 2019/20 season to be finished, even it it goes into the summer.
In the meantime, we're having to rely on the vast sporting resources that the internet has to offer, with countdowns, comparisons and compilations everywhere you look.
A video posted this week showcasing Mo Salah's best dribbles and pieces of skill is starting to gain traction, with over 30,000 at the time of writing.
The Egyptian winger endured a poor first spell in the Premier League with Chelsea, but having got his career back on track in his time at Roma, he returned to England and has looked like a different player ever since.
Salah has amassed a pretty staggering 91 goals in 144 games for Liverpool and has been a key player in the club's revolution under Jurgen Klopp.
Alongside Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, he has spearheaded one of the deadliest attacks in European football that has seen The Reds win the Champions League last season and all but win the Premier League this season.
Whilst his goalscoring has arguably been the area of his game that has improved most in the last few seasons, there was never any doubt that Salah had skill and dribbling ability in abundance, and this 10-minute video highlights that, with defences being tormented left, right and centre.
Liverpool fans will be anxious for the season to resume, if it can, so Salah can return to doing what he does best.
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