Mallorca forward Lago Junior put Spain’s coronavirus quarantine behind him on Sunday as he proposed to WAG Fabiola Parralo Macias at their home.
The country remains in quarantine to stop the spread of the coronavirus with the outbreak serious in Spain.
Spain has been in a country-wide lockdown due to the outbreak of COVID-19 with more than 9,400 confirmed cases in the country, which have resulted in up to 335 deaths.
Junior is among the citizens to be quarantined at home, and the 29-year-old made the most of the difficult situation.
The Ivorian proposed in his garden before posting pictures on his Instagram, showing the moment he popped the question to Fabiola.
Junior went down on one knee presenting the ring, while Fabiola held their daughter Aylen’s hand.
The couple celebrated the moment with a kiss, with many congratulating them on social media amid the current epidemic.
Junior captioned his post: “Well, my love, I had a different plan with family, friends and others but the circumstances have forced me to change the place and the company.
“We have been through a lot together. We have lived through a lot of bad moments but we’ve known how to change that pain and suffering into marvelous moments, laughs, trips, meals and a life together how we wanted.
“I knew this time would arrive at one point in my life. I knew it would be you since the moment I saw you with that precious smile.
“I knew one day I would be in front of you with my knee on the ground taking a ring out of pocket to ask you to MARRY ME… To ask you to accompany me for the rest of my life.
“I am making it a reality because it is what I want with you, to spend each and every single one of my days next to you and next to our daughter. I love you, my love.”
One reply read: “Congratulations my friend. You both deserve the best
Junior who has played for Mallorca since 2016, remains at home with football having taken a back seat amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Mallorca are battling relegation in La liga, sitting 18th position.
Five members of Valencia were reportedly confirmed to have COVID-19, including Argentine defender Ezequiel Garay, 33.