- Douglas Costa is currently on coronavirus lockdown in his home country
- The 29-year-old seems to be enjoying his elongated compulsory holiday with his girlfriend Nathalia Felix
- The Juventus forward has taken to social media to flaunt his bowling skills while football activities are on hold
Juventus forward Douglas Costa showed off a simple and classical dance move as his bowling ball hit the target while on lockdown in Brazil.
The 29-year-old Brazilian managed to escape lockdown in Italy as he self-isolates in his home country with his girlfriend, Nathalia Felix.
Not too long ago, the fashion model was filmed testing his partner's speed after racing against him in a go-kart on an empty road as part of ways to create fun for themselves.
Days later, the attacker has now shown he is more than scoring or creating chances after flaunting his bowling skills by scoring a strike and celebrating in style.
Costa captioned a clip on Instagram: "The lane daddy is always online!!! #strike. Watch daddy's dance!"
Both Costa and Felix have been on lockdown in Brazil since football activities in Italy were suspended due to the deadly virus.
The attacker who has 6.3 million followers has also entertained his fans with loved-up pictures and videos as well as TikTok challenges.
One romantic pic was captioned: "Lucky me or lucky her? My humble opinion but lucky us."
SunSport, however, reports that they have been persuading their followers to obey all guidelines laid down by the health workers during this period for their safety.
The publication further revealed that the Juve star and his partner embarked on a humanitarian assignment after supplying their neighbourhood with essential needs.
Costa would be grateful he did not contract coronavirus despite his exposure to Danielle Rugani who earlier tested positive and then Blaise Matuidi.
There are fears they could face difficulties in traveling back in time for Serie A's resumption, with training able to commence on 18 May.
Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte announced on Sunday night plans to restart matches behind closed doors on 2 June after a period of easing their lockdown.
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