Let’s not forget, every Arsenal win is making the world greener

Arsenal has given their fans something to be proud of after their recent upturn in form.

The Gunners are on a run of four straight wins in all competitions ahead of their game against Leicester City.

Mikel Arteta’s side will look to earn another win in that game after their impressive 2-0 win against Wolves at the weekend.

Ahead of the restart of the Premier League season, Hector Bellerin had promised that he would plant 3,000 trees for every win that Arsenal gets.

The Spaniard is one footballer who cares a lot about the world around him, and his latest gesture isn’t the first time that he has contributed to a social cause.

The Gunners didn’t begin the restart well after losing their first two games against Manchester City and Brighton.

However, they have since beaten Southampton, Sheffield United, Norwich City, and Wolves.

Fans may have been wondering if Bellerin would keep his promise and the Spaniard absolutely is.

He took to Twitter recently to update us all on the progress of his pledge.

With a picture of the first set of trees being planted, he Tweeted:

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4 Comments

  1. SueP says:

    Very worthwhile from Bellerin as deforestation should concern us all

    We need to keep winning then!

  2. RSH says:

    I am all for this. But always wondered how this worked.. Why not just plant the trees regardless of results, because the earth is not in the best shape and shouldn’t come down to Arsenal’s results. Yes, I realize I’m being picky, and Bellerin has done more to help the environment than I can hope to….

    1. Joe Allysons says:

      I think , being a public figure, he is using it as a call to action for people to join him. Most especially we as arsenal fans I guess

  3. Durand says:

    Rather he focused on football and defending, fashion and trees seem to be a distraction. Save those two for the offseason.
    Bellerin seemed a better player couple years back, what has happened to him? Injuries played a part, but he hasn’t seemed to improve defensively

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