The Tottenham Hotspur squad, as well as teams from around the country, are currently confined to their own houses as part of the strict nation-wide lockdown.
Citizens of the UK have been urged to remain in their homes, only leaving for essential travel, essential shopping, and one form of exercise per day.
Meanwhile, the doctors, nurses, surgeons, and every other member of staff within the NHS have been working tirelessly to fight against the spread of COVID-19.
One Spurs player who looked to do his part was left-back Danny Rose, who is currently out on loan at Newcastle United.
The England man anonymously donated £19,000 to the North Middlesex University Hospital in Edmonton, although his identity was later revealed by the hospital (Daily Mail).
Rose has now gone one step further and ordered hundreds of Dominos pizzas to the hospital in order to feed the busy staff.
The hospital tweeted out their thanks to the Spurs man:
— North Mid Hospital (@NorthMidNHS) April 6, 2020
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