TOTTENHAM midfielder Dele Alli was treated to a special cake for his 24th birthday while being locked up inside due to the coronavirus crisis.
The England international showed off his PlayStation controller cake on social media to his seven million Instagram followers, with his fans loving the design.
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Alli is known to be a huge lover of Fortnite, with the player even doing a dance in honour of the game after netting past Sweden in the World Cup quarter-finals.
And he has even formed a formidable partnership with Harry Kane off the pitch after the duo came together to take down a sniper on the online multiplier game.
So it should come as no surprise that Alli’s nearest and dearest chipped in to present him with a cake in the shape of a PlayStation controller.
Uploading a picture of the cake on Instagram, he said: “Turning 24 in isolation wasn’t so bad! Thank you all for the birthday wishes.”
Fans were quick to comment on his post, as one messaged: “That cake tho.”
Another replied: “That’s one hell of a cake.”
A third added: “happy birthday bro btw nice cake.”
Leicester winger Demarai Gray even chipped in, as he added: “Hope you had a good one g.”
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Alli’s Spurs boss Jose Mourinho was snapped on Sunday wishing him a happy birthday from across the road as the duo bumped into each other on a stroll out in the sunshine.
Our photos show the Portuguese gaffer – who wore a coronavirus mask for his sunshine stroll – keeping on the other side of the road while talking to his player.
The Special One, who was out at the same time as goalkeeper coach Nuno Santos and Spurs tactical analyst Ricardo Formosinho, even stopped to take a photo on his allotted period of exercise during the global pandemic.