Aston Villa And Leicester Players Stop Game To Join In Minute’s Applause For Arthur Labinjo-Hughes
Aston Villa and Leicester City players and supporters paid tribute to Arthur Labinjo-Hughes in the sixth minute of Sunday’s Premier League clash at Villa Park with an emotional minute’s applause.
Football supporters across the country have paid tribute to six-year-old Labinjo-Hughes, who was tragically killed by his father and stepmother after suffering a devastating campaign of abuse.
On Sunday afternoon, both sets of players, as well as Steven Gerrard and Brendan Rodgers, paused the game for a minute’s applause in memory of Labinjo-Hughes.
¿Cómo puedes hacerle daño a un niño? 😭
Arthur Labinjo-Hughes QEPD
Conmovedor lo que acaba de pasar en el partido del Aston Villa contra el Leicester 💔 pic.twitter.com/al81o5cW8Q
— Fercho (@IDFercho) December 5, 2021