Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain stars as the ‘comeback kid’ as Liverpool ace teams up with Michael Dapaah

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain stars as the ‘comeback kid’ as Liverpool ace teams up with comedian Michael Dapaah for computer-game-themed Nike advert

  • The Liverpool star is close to returning after nearly a year out with a knee injury
  • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Michael Dapaah showed off the new Nike shoes
  • The pair then cracked some jokes in a car shaped as a shoe down a high street

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has starred in a new Nike advert with comedian Michael Dapaah. 

The Liverpool star, who is close to returning after nearly a year out with a knee injury, was labelled the ‘comeback kid’ in a computer-game-themed video. 

Oxlade-Chamberlain and Dapaah walked in slow motion as they showed off the new Nike shoes. 

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has starred in a new Nike advert with comedian Michael Dapaah

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has starred in a new Nike advert with comedian Michael Dapaah

The Liverpool star is close to returning to action after nearly a year out with a knee injury

The Liverpool star is close to returning to action after nearly a year out with a knee injury

The pair then cracked some jokes in a car shaped like a shoe as they drove down a high street. 

Liverpool fans will be hoping Oxlade-Chamberlain will be ready for Southampton away on April 5.

The Reds midfielder played against Derby in a U23 match on March 8 but came off before half-time complaining of a muscle issue. 

Jurgen Klopp insists that the injury was not serious, however, and is close to making a return.  

Oxlade-Chamberlain and Dapaah walked in slow motion as they showed off the new Nike shoes

Oxlade-Chamberlain and Dapaah walked in slow motion as they showed off the new Nike shoes

Klopp told Liverpool’s club website: ‘It was a little setback, it was not more, but it was a setback. That’s how it is.

‘You don’t want to be overly sensitive after a period like this because they train a lot – training is always like this, it’s like stress for the body. 

‘You feel something, but you don’t want to mention everything because it [can be] DOMS [delayed onset muscle soreness].

‘It was the case with him, it was a little bit more than DOMS, but not really [serious].

‘We are careful of course, he is working, he is doing a lot and I think will be in training in a week again. Then he will be fine.’

Klopp’s side face Tottenham on Sunday as they return to Premier League action after the international break.  

The pair then cracked some jokes in a car shaped as a shoe as they drove down a high street

The pair then cracked some jokes in a car shaped as a shoe as they drove down a high street

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