Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.
Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from October 21.
A new trim for Cristiano Ronaldo.
A post shared by Cristiano Ronaldo (@cristiano) on Oct 21, 2020 at 3:58am PDT
Three was the magic number for Jose Mourinho.
A post shared by Jose Mourinho (@josemourinho) on Oct 21, 2020 at 3:58am PDT
Mesut Ozil had his say.
This is a difficult message to write to the @Arsenal fans that I’ve played for over the past few years. I’m really deeply disappointed by the fact that I have not been registered for the @premierleague season for the time being. Upon signing my new contract in 2018, I pledged my loyalty and allegiance to the club that I love, Arsenal, and it saddens me that this has not been reciprocated. As I have just found out, loyalty is hard to come by nowadays. I've always tried to remain positive from week to week that there's maybe a chance to get back in the squad soon again. That's why I kept silent so far. Before the Coronavirus break I was really happy with the development under our new coach Mikel Arteta – we've been on a positive way and I would say my performances were on a really good level. But then things changed, again, and I was not longer allowed to play football for Arsenal. What else can I say? London still feels like home, I still have many good friends in this team, and I still feel a strong connection with the fans of this club. No matter what, I will keep fighting for my chance and not let my 8th season at Arsenal end like this. 🙏🏼🙏🏼 I can promise you that this hard decision won't change anything in my mindset – I will continue to train as best as I can and wherever possible use my voice against inhumanity and for justice. #M1Ö #YaGunnersYa
A post shared by Mesut Özil (@m10_official) on Oct 21, 2020 at 4:13am PDT
And received support from former Gunner Jack Wilshere.
Spot on Gary, especially when you are the best player! https://t.co/3ZBTcEcHLa
— Jack Wilshere (@JackWilshere) October 21, 2020
Paul Pogba and Manchester United were still celebrating.
— Paul Pogba (@paulpogba) October 20, 2020
And then wished Nemanja Vidic a happy 39th birthday.
🎶 Nemanja, woooahhh 🎶
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) October 21, 2020
Rio Ferdinand loved Marcus Rashford’s heroics in Paris.
A post shared by Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) on Oct 21, 2020 at 3:03am PDT
Harry Kane was ready.
Ready to get our European campaign started pic.twitter.com/1IYf49w24n
— Harry Kane (@HKane) October 21, 2020
As cool as you like from Zlatan!
Ronald Koeman reflected on a good night for Barcelona.
— Ronald Koeman (@RonaldKoeman) October 21, 2020
Ben White was in good spirits.
A post shared by B E N J A M I N W H I T E (@ben_white6) on Oct 21, 2020 at 8:24am PDT
Reece James did his bit for charity.
Amazing experience being able to witness what goes on behind the scenes @thefelixproject – a charity that helps provide food that would otherwise be wasted, to those that need it most. No one should be going to bed hungry. pic.twitter.com/JsBuoV5nWw
— Reece James (@reecejames_24) October 21, 2020
Stuart Broad loved the Barmy Army’s banter.
Michael Vaughan marked his mate Geoffrey reaching 80 not out.
A post shared by Michael vaughan (@michaelvaughan) on Oct 21, 2020 at 12:17am PDT
Brett Lee and Brian Lara rocked the pastels.
— Brett Lee (@BrettLee_58) October 21, 2020
James Anderson worked on his fitness in the rain.
A post shared by James Anderson (@jimmya9) on Oct 21, 2020 at 10:14am PDT
Bristol graciously accepted the news that they would not be involved in the Premiership final.
We thought we might have been in… but now we're out 🤣
Deserved finalists and we wish you both the best of luck for the final. Go well! 🏆 pic.twitter.com/Co4D0o5CWy
— Bristol Bears (@BristolBears) October 21, 2020
Matt Dawson was buzzing.
Please please please let there by covid free times for this. Buzzing for the tour….. pic.twitter.com/ehOSgQwBGK
— Matt Dawson (@matt9dawson) October 21, 2020
James Haskell took his book war with Joe Marler up a notch.
— Joe Marler (@JoeMarler) October 21, 2020
Novak Djokovic paid tribute to his son on his birthday.
Happy Birthday to my Hero. Thank you for bringing so much love and joy into our lives and reminding us to work daily on ourselves so we can be the best possible parents and people. We love you ❤️🥰🤗 @jelenadjokovic pic.twitter.com/cIrI2MTSTn
— Novak Djokovic (@DjokerNole) October 21, 2020
Ricky Hatton was feeling nostalgic.
20yrs ago today I won the British light welterweight title at Wembley with a unanimous points win over @jonthaxton_fitness in a bloodbath war. Hope your well Jon. X pic.twitter.com/lTEcNlgd0y
— Ricky Hatton MBE (@HitmanHatton) October 21, 2020
Usain Bolt was back to work.
Sir Chris Hoy was flying.
First flight today since February. Never ever thought I’d admit it, but I’ve missed you, Manchester T3, my old foe!
— Chris Hoy (@chrishoy) October 21, 2020
Chris Froome was back on his bike.
Baptism by fire for the first day back in a grand tour since my crash! 🔥 @lavuelta knows how to dish out the pain 😆 All part of the process in getting back! Looking forward to the fight over the next 3 weeks 👊📸 @GettyImages pic.twitter.com/pzw1qS8BbZ
— Chris Froome (@chrisfroome) October 21, 2020
Formula One remembered Kimi Raikkonen winning the title 13 years ago.