West Ham United captain Mark Noble has demonstrated his talents in a recent video published on the club’s official Twitter page. 

With a lack of football amid the growing concerns of COVID-19, footballers across the world are training in any way possible; for Noble, that involves scoring outrageous strikes against his children.

The Hammers skipper has totalled 373 Premier League appearances since his debut back in 2005, scoring 46 goals in the process.

West Ham currently sit 16th in the league table on 27 points and only goal difference places them above the relegation zone. Football has been suspended until at least April 30, however, and there is doubt that the season will even be completed.

In the recent post, Noble is seen in his back garden curling his effort into the top corner with only small portions of the goal visible, and West Ham fans were quick to react to the video on social media…