Theo Walcott showed his class after Arsenal’s 2-0 victory over Sutton United last night, during which he bagged his 100th Gunners goal.
Walcott, who now stands as Arsenal’s longest-serving player, went into the Sutton dressing room after the game to congratulate the players on their efforts and even sign shirts.
It’s a nice gesture from the England international, and after the fight that Sutton put up against a Premier League heavyweight last night, the players deserved to get up close and personal with a star of the game.
Great gesture from Walcott in the Sutton dressing room! pic.twitter.com/e65tQSXVjL
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) February 21, 2017