(Photo) Martial takes COVID-19 precautions when filling up his Range Rover

It’s good to see Anthony Martial is taking coronavirus precautions when putting fuel in his Ranger Rover.

The Manchester United forward has been spotted filling his car up with fuel, but taking precautions from the authorities to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

He wore blue latex gloves to try keep himself safe during the pandemic.

Former United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has tested positive for COVID-19. The Belgian left Old Trafford a year ago for the Chinese Super League.

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The Premier League has been suspended and people have been advised to stay in their homes to self-isolate. Football is off until at least April 30 in England and Martial is hoping to stay healthy in order to help United into next season’s Champions League — with the Red Devils fifth in the league and en route into the Europa League quarter-finals.

Martial has scored 11 goals in 23 Premier League games this season.

He was coming into form with United on a 11-game unbeaten run.

Check out the photos below with Martial wearing blue latex gloves when filling his Range Rover with fuel.

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