A Newcastle Fan Wrestled With a Child For Dan Burn’s Shirt in The Stands

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A Newcastle fan was caught in a shocking incident wrestling with a child for Dan Burn’s shirt after the defender threw it in the stands on boxing-day match against Leicester City.

The Newcastle defender showed signs of appreciation for the visiting fans after an easy win against Leicester City.

Miguel Almeron celebrate after scoring the second goal

In addition, Joelinton and Bruno Guimaraes also threw their shirts to the crowd.

The video showed how the woman was trying to pull the shirt from a young boy before the fans intervened as Newcastle moved to second place in the Premier League for the first time in many years.

Football fans felt disgusting about the incident, and many tagged it as disgraceful and unbelievable.

The newcastle star celebrates after scoring a goal

Most of the fans were pleased that the child was able to win the shirt from the adult, with the steward officers also having to intervene in the issue.

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However, the father of the child reacted to the incident, stating that his son had demanded a Burn’s shirt before other fans.

Burn pointed at the child and gave the top to the steward, who threw the shirt to the 11-year-old boy. The father explained that the uncle got him the ticket for the away match as a Christmas gift.

The 11 years old boy with Dan Burn Jersey

The boy’s father is planning on framing the shirt, but his son would not let him wash it first. The jersey still has some mud on it. Burn remains a hero to the kid and other Newcastle footballers on the pitch.

Newcastle defeated Leicester 3-0 at the King Power Stadium, with former Burnley striker Chris Wood scoring a penalty three minutes in, Miguel Almiron scoring in the seventh minute, and a Brazilian midfielder scoring in the 32nd minute to compound Leicester City’s woes.

Currently, Newcastle seems to be in the title race, and they look like a team capable of challenging for any silverware this season.

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The Newcastle fans celebrating on boxing day victory

The win against Leicester City is Eddie Howe’s sixth win on a roll this season. Liverpool is the only team to have beaten Newcastle this season.

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The Newcastle players in a happy mood

The team is in the quarter finals of the Carabao Cup and will engage Leicester City again.

The Magpies may get into the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup and have the possibility of getting into the Champions League for the first time in the club history.

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The fans cheering up their respective teams

The Saudis backed Newcastle are seven points behind Arsenal with a game more.

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Newcastle players celebrate after the win

They play Leeds United next on December 31, 2022. The team will then travel to Emirate Stadium to face the league leaders Arsenal on January 3, 2023.

The Newcastle manager, Howe, has done an outstanding job of uniting the team and inspiring them to reach their full potential. In terms of investing in the squad, Newcastle is likely to spend more than one billion pounds in the future.

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