The Arsenal camp has been a happy place recently with the Gunners producing some wonderful attacking football and extended their winning run to 15 matches with a scoreless draw against Sporting Lisbon yesterday.
After getting off to a rather slow start to his career in England, Unai Emery has got the players firing on all cylinders again.
Gooners witnessed another instance of the growing team spirit within the team as veteran defender Stephan Lichtsteiner bent down to tie the laces of wonderkid Emile Smith-Rowe at the Emirates.
After going down with a problem in the 69th minute, the 18-year-old was helped back to his feet by the experienced campaigner despite him being almost half his age.
In a night that was marred by the unfortunate injury to Danny Welbeck, the incident should offer some relief to Gooners and is another strong indication of the harmony flourishing within this Arsenal team.
Arsenal’s oldest outfield player helping out their youngest lad! Check out a photo of the two below :
Lichtsteiner tying Smith-Rowe's shoelaces. 😅 pic.twitter.com/t3wrzvSFXk
— Gurjit (@GurjitAFC) November 9, 2018