Monday, 26 February 2018

'Your tears are so precious for all of us' - Arsenal’s Elneny vows to 'FIGHT' for Arsenal fans in reaction to picture of crying boy (photos)

Arsenal and Egyptian Midfielder, Mohamed Elneny is one of the highly dedicated Arsenal players in recent times, this, he has displayed in most of the matches has featured in. 
Mohamed Elneny has vowed to 'fight' in an attempt to cheer up the young Arsenal fan who was pictured crying during Sunday's Carabao Cup final loss.
Shortly after Manchester City scored their third goal in what proved to be a Wembley walkover, Sky Sports' live TV coverage showed footage of a boy in tears in the Gunners end of the stadium.
After seeing an image of the lad, Elneny who was an unused sub in the final  posted it on Twitter on Monday alongside a determined message.
Midfielder Elneny wrote: 'Listen, your tears are so precious for all of us.
'For the sake of you and the sake of all the gunners' fans I promise you to fight to draw the smile on your face.'
Sky Sports commentator Gary Neville referred to the sobbing supporter in a furious rant on Sunday.
As the broadcast cut to the kid, Neville directing his anger at Arsenal's players, particularly Aaron Ramsey, Granit Xhaka and Mesut Ozil said: 'Look at that. That's what you cause.

'All a fan wants to see is a player running as fast as he can and as hard as he can.'
Neville had earlier branded Arsenal's players spineless and he added: 'Look at Ramsey walking. He's walking. Xhaka's walking, Ozil's walking. They're walking!
'Don't walk at Wembley. Don't walk on a football pitch.'
See the photo of the crying boy and what the Midfielder posted online below...