Russian football club Zenit St. Petersburg kicked off a charity campaign on Friday, delivering food packages for old and handicapped fans during the coronavirus lockdown.

“Morning Zenit fans! Today with Yandex Lavka we start the delivery of food parcels for Zenit fans aged 65+ and for our disabled supporters unable to leave home during the lockdown,” Zenit said on its Twitter account.

Yandex Lavka is a Russian online grocery delivery service.

The club added that a Zenit legend, Andrey Arshavin has been doing Friday’s deliveries.

Arshavin, 38, was part of Zenit from 2000 to 2009, before moving to English

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