EMILE SMITH ROWE made a rain-soaked young fan’s day by gifting his shirt after Arsenal’s draw at Brighton.
The heart-warming incident occurred at the end of Saturday’s 1-1 draw at the Amex.
The kid held up a sign that read: “Emile I’m soaked, can I have your shirt?”
And Smith Rowe kindly obliged at the final whistle.
He walked over to the group of cheering Arsenal fans.
And as he went over he removed his jersey.
The young fan looked gobsmacked as Smith Rowe picked him out in the crowd.
And the kid’s day was made as he ended up with the playmaker’s top.
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The Brazilian had a tooth knocked out at the Emirates in May, meaning he’s endured the freak injury home AND away against the Seagulls.
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The incident occurred during a collision with Lewis Dunk and Robert Sanchez.
Gabriel then sprinted to the sideline to give his tooth to Arsenal coach Shad Forsythe.
But it is unclear whether it’s the same one that was knocked out in May.
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