‘Can I have your shirt?’: Brazilian striker Richarlison makes cheeky request to Spurs team-mate Lucas Moura after watching the forward score for the Tottenham Under 21s on return from injury
- Tottenham Under 21s beat Arsenal with Lucas Moura getting on the scoresheet
- Moura’s team-mate Richarlison was in attendance and even brought a poster
- Richarlison was pictured holding sign up asking for Moura’s shirt after the game
Richarlison was in attendance to support his team-mate Lucas Moura score for the Tottenham Under 21s against north London rivals Arsenal.
In fact, the Brazilian striker went above and beyond to show his support, even holding aloft a poster which translated as: ‘Lucas, could you give me your shirt?’.
Richarlison was supporting his team-mate with a woman, who held her own poster up which translated as: ‘Lucas I came a long way just to see you. Can you take a picture with me?’
Lucas Moura returned to competitive action and scored for Tottenham’s Under 21s against Arsenal
Moura’s Tottenham team-mate Richarlison came to support and held a sign up asking for the forward’s shirt
After the game, Moura posted a photo of him and Richarlison holding the signs up with the caption: ‘Small gestures that make a difference. Thanks so much for the support bro. GOD bless you always!’
The 30-year-old winger has not featured for Spurs since their 4-3 win over Leeds in November and is destined to leave the club.
After facing a spell on the sidelines with a tendon injury, Moura returned to competitive action in style as he found the back of the net in a 2-1 victory for the Under 21 side.
Earlier this month, Sportsmail reported that Tottenham will not take up an option to extend Moura’s contract at the end of the season.
A post shared by Lucas Moura (@lucasmoura7)
Moura has made just 11 appearances for Antonio Conte’s side this season, playing just 266 minutes of football.
His No 1 fan Richarlison had also been on the sidelines following a hamstring injury he picked up at the World Cup for Brazil.
However, the Spurs striker returned to action off the bench in the north London derby – and could lead the line for Conte against Preston in the FA Cup on Saturday, with Harry Kane a major doubt with illness.
Source: Read Full Article