A fan posted on Twitter a quick video of Allan Saint-Maximin struggling with the frigid temperatures just before the kickoff against Southampton yesterday. Allan issued the following response to the tweet.
OMG ??????? https://t.co/MYOUEF2OeZ
— Allan Saint-Maximin (@asaintmaximin) December 9, 2019
Well he did just arrive in Newcastle from Nice, so it could take Allan a bit of time to get used to the bitter winters. As you would expect, many fans found Allan’s response entertaining and responded in kind to his tweet.
Its only going to get worse ??
— Gbaz (@gbaznufc) December 9, 2019
Welcome to england pic.twitter.com/b5noPWDlIv
— Evan (@BigChunguzzz) December 9, 2019
Just as well you run so quick, best way to warm up out there is to keep bearing your man ?
— Jack HendersonTaylor (@JackHT1987) December 9, 2019
Wait until January and February, that's when it's coldest in Britain
— J4M€$™ (@majesticsadio) December 9, 2019
Is that why you run so much during the match? To keep warm? ?
— Mr E (@Beregrond) December 9, 2019
Love this guy! ??
— Winnaldinho (@Winaldinho) December 9, 2019
Of course, many fans were also concerned about Allan’s latest hamstring injury and asked how he was feeling. Could it be a positive sign that he’s been on Twitter so much since the win yesterday?
That may be wishful thinking on our part, but he has become such an integral component in this team that we shudder to think of how we’ll manage without him.
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