The international break is usually a dull affair where we spent a fortnight waiting for our beloved Premier League stars to take to the field in their international colours.
However, this time, it was different due to the Game4Grenfell – a charity match to help families affected by that horrific incident that took place in London earlier on in the year.
There were plenty of big names on show doing their bit for the cause, including Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. The self-proclaimed Special One took to the field as a goalkeeper in the second half, replacing David James.
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In typical Mourinho fashion, within minutes of taking to the field he was booked for wasting time. It was all in good jest though, and to be fair, he wasn’t that bad!
At the end of the day it’s all for the cause and I hope that plenty of money has been raised to support those families who are struggling in the aftermath of the disaster.
All the credit has to go to the people who put this match on because no doubt it’ll help endlessly.