Professional footballers, like many around the world, are stuck indoors due to the coronavirus pandemic. Newfound boredom is sweeping the world, leading to soccer players -- professional, aspiring and everything in between -- juggling toilet paper from their homes as part of the #StayAtHomeChallenge.

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford joined in Wednesday, channeling a notable basketball player soccer fan in the process: Warriors star Steph Curry.

The two-time NBA MVP has made his love for the beautiful game known on social media, but Curry also has a rocket of a right foot. Perhaps Curry's strike at Stamford Bridge from a few years back was on Rashford's mind.

The Curry jersey also matched Rashford's beanie and mask, so there's that.


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Rashford will hope he can channel Curry on the pitch, assuming United's Premier League and Europa League campaigns resume. The 22-year-old has not played since the end of January after sustaining a double stress fracture in his back, whereas Curry missed four months with a broken left hand.

Curry ultimately returned to the court, playing one game on March 5 before the NBA suspended its season due to the coronavirus pandemic. The three-time NBA champion looked like his old self when he did play, and Rashford doing the same whenever the season resumes would go a long way towards Man United's hopes of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League.