Ghana defender Kasim Nuhu is among Fortuna Dusseldorf players that returned to training for the first time since the season was suspended amid the coronavirus crisis.
Dusseldorf trained in groups of five but without any contact as a precautionary measure of avoiding contracting the deadly virus.
The struggling club worked in small groups with fit-again Ghana defender Kasim Nuhu partaking in it. The central defender had previously trained individually due to a foot injury.
Nuhu suffered the setback at training before the Bundesliga was suspended until further notice due to the outbreak of the virus.
The Red and White lads completed a kind of circuit training. After a warm-up program, they did various sprint and athletic exercises.
There was also a goal-scoring unit and football tennis at the end of the program.
Germany’s top flight has been suspended since 13 March until at least 30 April.