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Strogino Moscow’s Vadim Loginov knocked a painting onto his dog by volleying a tennis ball at it
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VIDEO: Strogino Moscow’s Vadim Loginov knocks painting onto his dog while kicking tennis ball indoors

Pooch fortunately emerges unscathed.

Wait for it… 😂

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— 433 (@433) March 21, 2020

FC Strogino Moscow defender Vadim Loginov knocked a painting onto his dog by volleying a tennis ball from his living room into the kitchen.

With football on hold during the coronavirus outbreak, players are doing their best to keep themselves sharp at home.

Many have been posting clips on social media of themselves doing kick-ups with rolls of toilet paper, but 21-year-old Loginov opted for a tennis ball.

After a few keepie uppies, he sends it hurtling towards the framed picture, which topples over and sends his dog scurrying off in a panic.

Control 87
Passing 12

— Sean Eubanks (@ElyytFIFA) March 21, 2020

Alert to the danger, Loginov makes his way over quickly to try and halt the painting’s fall – fortunately, he and his pet both emerge unscathed.