Led by Harry Kane, a host of footballing stars have united with Deliveroo to show their appreciation for the NHS frontline workers during the coronavirus crisis.
England footballers Harry Kane, Steph Houghton, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Nikita Parris, have teamed up with the England teams’ official food delivery partner, Deliveroo, to ‘share a heartfelt thank you to the NHS frontline workers’.
In a new video, released on social media by The FA and the food delivery service, the players send messages of thanks, and also encourage people to support Deliveroo’s free meals initiative, through which 500,000 free meals have been sent to NHS workers across the country, bolstered by customer donations as well as its partners Pizza Express and American Express.
Meanwhile, the lockdown period has seemingly allowed Kane to recover from the hamstring injury he suffered on New Year’s Day.
And the striker could feature if the Premier League is able to restart, according to Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho.
The Portuguese offered positive bulletins regarding the England striker, as well as French midfielder Moussa Sissoko and Dutch winger Steven Bergwijn.
“They are recovered from their injuries, so Harry Kane is not injured, Moussa Sissoko is not injured, Steven Bergwijn is not injured, but it is one thing not to be injured, it’s another thing to be ready to play football,” Mourinho told Sky Sports.