Table toppers Arsenal took on relegation battlers Bournemouth in a thrilling 3-2 win at Emirates on Saturday. It went down to the wire, 97th minute to be precise, as a curling effort from Reiss Nelson broke the Cherries’ hearts.
Amid all the hysteria following the match, Bukayo Saka had a wholesome moment with a ball boy.
Freddy Mills, the kid who was on the sidelines doing his job, took the opportunity to have a moment with the Arsenal number 7 when he saw Saka walking straight towards him.
Saka, who was visibly ecstatic after the victory, embraced the ball kid as he hugged and high-fived him. Freddy shared the video through his Twitter account and it has been going viral over the internet ever since.
With 4 wins in a row now, the fans would also hope that Arsenal continues their good run of form and finally end the 19-year drought to win the Premier League. Currently, 5 points ahead of title holders Man City, Arteta’s Arsenal are being touted as the favourites to win, though with 12 games remaining, no probability shall be ruled out.
Fans have been appreciative of the English right winger as well as he’s been receiving praise everywhere on the internet for his behaviour towards the fans.
On the other hand however, in a rather hilarious moment, a young female fan was left enraged by the Aston Villa midfielder Jacob Ramsey as he decided to give his shirt to the fan standing immediately next to the girl.
After The Villans hosted Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace at Villa Park in a 1-0 victory, the Villa players were seen celebrating their win with the fans.
In an awkward and rather hilarious moment, young English midfielder Jacob Ramsey spotted a couple of young fans asking for his shirt. He went ahead to take out his shirt and give it away to the male fan out of the two.
This left the young lady standing next to him flabbergasted as she couldn’t believe Ramsey (probably unintentionally) ignored her request. The clip of the moment has been going around on the internet and the fans are enjoying every bit of it.
After a bunch of rough fixtures, Unai Emery’s side looks to be finally picking up some form with a series of successive wins. With two wins in two games, Aston Villa are now 11th in the league with 38 points, the same as 10th place Chelsea.
The form is finally on the good side of The Villans, and they’ll now be hoping for a top-half finish and trying to push for a European spot, though the latter looks out of sight for them at the moment.