Rangers star Aaron Ramsey makes young fan’s day after he ran across pitch to meet him

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AARON RAMSEY made a Rangers fan’s night by giving him his jersey after the youngster ran across the pitch to him.

The Welsh international made his first start for the Light Blues in their 3-0 Scottish Cup victory over Annan last night.


Rangers star Aaron RamseyCredit: Willie Vass

The on-loan Juventus midfielder set up Filip Helander’s goal to help his new side book their place in the quarter-final.

But it is what he did at full-time that will live long in the memory of one lucky little Rangers supporter.

In a heartwarming video, Harris Friel can be seen sprinting across the pitch at full-time to approach Ramsey.

And the 31-year-old was only too happy to hand over his match-worn jersey before the youngster could be seen running back to his family.

Harris’ dad Brian later shared the video on Twitter, saying: “When you let your son go the match with his uncle @delboi855 and he comes home with Ramsey’s top.

“Aaron Ramsey legend.”

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Ramsey then shared the video on his own Twitter account as he admitted: “After that sprint across the little man more than deserved it.”

Rangers fans loved the video and the player’s gesture.

@ColinScunner replied: “Brilliant Aaron Ramsey made the wee man’s day and his uncle’s more by the sounds of it.

“What a day for it and welcome to Scottish football.”

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@Rogar80 added: “Football should be about happiness, if you stay at Rangers you will be as happy as that lad for years to come.”

And @Itait3 commented: “Quality, Aaron! Quality! That young lad will never stop talking about it and I’m sure he’ll cherish it forever.”

Meanwhile, Ramsey has promised there is more to come from him after making his first start for Rangers.

He said: “It felt good to be back. It was very important for me because it was my first start in a long time.


“I was always going to be a little bit rusty but I’m glad I got 60 minutes in the legs again. I’m feeling good.

“I’m building everything week by week and hopefully I can start more regularly. I’m enjoying my football again.

“I’m here to win trophies. Coming to a massive club like this there’s always pressure to win.

“I like that and hopefully we can have a successful season together.”

Ramsey gives his Rangers jersey to the young fan


Ramsey gives his Rangers jersey to the young fanCredit: Willie Vass

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