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Bellerin is happy to see fans in the stadium again

Fri 04 December 2020 | 19:28

Hector Bellerin talks about fans coming to the stadiums.

Arsenal

welcomed fans to the

Emirates Stadium

on Thursday after a long wait from both sides and

Hector Bellerin

has talked about his feelings after playing in front of the supporters saying that he is so happy to have the fans back in the stadium.

“The fans give an advantage to the home team,”

Bellerin told beIN SPORTS.

“When you do get the win away it’s a completely different feeling, for different reasons.

“There’s no better feeling than being able to share the win at home with your fans.

“I’ve missed them so much. It’s so difficult for me when the game’s finished and I walk around the pitch. To thank the fans ... playing with an empty stadium, there’s nothing more sad than that for a football player.

“The synergy you get with them when you win, or you score a goal; 60,000 people unite on the same wavelength and we’re really missing that as players."

He went on talking about some of his memories from the north London Derby.

“There was a 4-1 or 4-2 at the Emirates … there was a 2-2 at White Hart Lane that, even though it wasn’t a win, I remember as a really tough game and entertaining.

“I’ve always enjoyed the pressure and the aggression of those games. I miss not being able to play with fans. They bring such an atmosphere to those kind of games. It’s not going to be the same.”

 


source: SportMob