Grealish labelled ‘so sweet’ after ‘class’ gesture to visually impaired girl
Jack Grealish has been labelled ‘so sweet’ after he yet again showed his true class by making time to talk to a visually impaired girl after the Super Cup final.
The Manchester City winger held up the rest of his team-mates as they collected their medals following penalty shootout victory in the Super Cup final on Wednesday against Sevilla.
Grealish, who played every minute of the final before stepping up to score City’s fourth penalty of the shootout, was spotted making the touching gesture as he chatted to a young girl who is visually impaired.
The 27-year-old left UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin hanging twice after he had held his hand out to shake Grealish’s hands, but the City ace instead was seen holding the girl's hand both having a short chat whilst team-mate Rodri watched on smiling.
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One fan commented on the video of Grealish’s touching interaction with the young girl, saying: “Over the past few years really started to like Grealish. He’s a great footballer, loves a good time and has an absolute heart of gold. Good stuff!”
A second said: “I did notice this Wednesday evening, he’s great with the kids in fairness, that’s the Irish side in him coming out,” with a third saying: “Such a class bloke this fella, have so much time for him.”
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Grealish’s incredible nature has previously been seen before after he met 11-year-old City fan Finlay, who has cerebral palsy, the same condition that Grealish’s younger sister, Holly, suffers from.
After meeting Finlay, Grealish later celebrated with his arms out stretched out and dancing after scoring for England during their 6-2 demolition over Iran in the 2022 World Cup, something he promised the young boy he would do the next time he scored.
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