Agger Accidentally Hits Fan In Practice, Gives Jersey As Consolation

The Danish international soccer team’s captain Daniel Agger showed that there are still some good guys in the sport when he rushed to a fan after accidentally whacking him on the head with the ball during a practice session.

The Danish international soccer team’s captain Daniel Agger showed that there are still some good guys in the sport when he rushed to a fan after accidentally whacking him on the head with the ball during a practice session.
 
The Denmark team was practicing for its upcoming match against four-time world champions Italy when Agger pulled a shot wide of the goal, but straight to a teenaged spectator’s head. It took a while for the youngster to regain his bearings.
 
Agger, who plays his club soccer for English Premier League (EPL) side Liverpool, was quick to jump over the advertising hoardings and inquire about the fan’s well-being. There was some consolation for the shaken spectator when the 29-year-old defender took his jersey and handed it over to him.
 
The Danish international player’s gesture created much excitement among the few kids watching the practice session. Most of the boys would gladly take a hit on the head to get their hands on one of their beloved captain’s jerseys.
 
The fan tried to put on a brave face for Daniel Agger and the cameras, but he was clearly a little wobbly on his feet even minutes after the incident. It is little wonder that the boy was reeling from being hit as the Liverpool player possesses a shot that has been described as “ferocious” by football pundits.
 
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