Allan Saint Maximin gifts Rolex watch to Newcastle fan after opening day victory
Recorded a 2 by helping him–0 wins, newly promoted Forest, St. Maximin He was in a good mood when he handed his Rolex watch to a Newcastle fan holding a French flag bearing the winger’s name and number.
You can watch the video here.
fan steve Duttonwho are saints at the end of goodwill Maximin On Twitter: “I’m the one who received the watch ASM. I was completely speechless. I thought he would come to sign autographs and take pictures with the kids. I’m still in shock, I can’t thank @saintmaximin enough. ”
This is not the first time St. Maximin In December 2021, he gave fans a watch and did the same.
fan michael Urwen to say Chronicle Live After receiving a gift from a saint Maximin.
He said: “He got out of the car, walked over to where I was standing, handed me a box and said ‘this is for you’. Honestly I was shaking but he was so excited and just said ‘open it, open it’ it!
I have been coming to St James’s Park for almost 30 years and thanks to this generous person I have never been happier @asaintmaximin Walk over and give me this watch! Completely dumbfounded, speechless! ! ❤️❤️ maxi is a real geordie good luck my life friend today👍 pic.twitter.com/YaFQTpsrRQ
— Michael Irwin (@michaelurwin14) November 20, 2021
Since he arrived at St James’ Park, St. Maximin Always a fan favourite as he captured the hearts of Newcastle fans with his dazzling skills and incredible speed.
He played a big role again against Forest and he gave Steve Cooper a tough time in defence, especially at right back Internal Medicine Williams struggled to cope with the sheer speed of the French winger.
Fabian Schar’s stunning long-range strike gave Eddie Howe’s side the lead in the 58th minute, and Forest excelled in his search for an equaliser.However, at the 78th minute Callum Wilson made sure all three points remained at St James’ Park.
Newcastle fans are feeling renewed optimism after a strong performance at the end of last season.
After spending a fortune on Nick Pope, Sven and more Botman and Matt Targetwith fans expecting a minimal first-half performance, with some hoping the team can claim a place in European football.
Howe hinted that the club’s transfer window may not be over, saying: “I love the individuals we have but would like to add some quality if possible.”
Newcastle’s next game will be Brighton next Saturday.