Itching to play a round of futsal but you can't because, you know, you're stuck at home because of the Movement Control Order (MCO)?
Easy; just follow the footsteps of this group of Malaysians and play the game that you love at home.
This group of Malaysians just proved that one can play the sport inside the comfort of your house.
A video of them kicking a ball about and busting out some moves amid the MCO has been circulating online and gaining a lot of attention.
In the 52-second video that only features three people, the boys managed to play futsal by making a futsal ball out of scraps they have at home.
They also managed to show off some of their skills, including some dribble moves and bicycle-kicks when passing the ball to one another.
One of the players, Mohd Nabil Ifwat, told Malay Mail
that the video was made in conjunction with the 'Milo Zon Aktif' initiative, which requires them to record themselves doing a healthy sport while staying at home.
“Since the three of us are addicted to football, we decided to record out futsal techniques while playing the game at home.
“All the techniques used in the video are original and none of the stunts were edited,” Mohd Nabil was quoted as saying.
If you're bored at home, do like these guys and record yourself kicking a makeshift ball around.