New footage of Jack Grealish's heartwarming moment with a visually impaired fan has emerged online which showcases the winger's total class.
Manchester City recorded their first trophy of the campaign on Wednesday, beating Sevilla on penalties to win the UEFA Super Cup.
Youssef En-Nesyri opened the scoring with a thumping header, before Cole Palmer arrived at the back-post to meet Rodri's cross with a composed finish.
With nothing to separate the two teams, Pep Guardiola's side were able to put their penalty shootout defeat to Arsenal in the Community Shield behind them and score all five of their spot-kicks in Athens.
But it was Grealish, who was on target with his penalty, that caught the eye after the match as he briefly ignored UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin to talk to a young fan during the medal ceremony.
And new footage of the heartwarming moment has since emerged on Twitter which you can watch below.
❤️👏 Fair play to Jack Grealish! pic.twitter.com/OZwo926Qro— EuroFoot (@eurofootcom) August 17, 2023
Guardiola also stopped to talk to the girl, giving her a kiss on the cheek before making his way to the stage to lift the trophy.
It is not the first time Grealish has been praised for his interaction with the disabled community, with the England international vocal on his bond with his sister, Holly, who has cerebral palsy.
The 27-year-old also dedicated a goal celebration to young City fan Finlay, who has cerebral palsy, after scoring in England’s win over Iran in the 2022 World Cup.
Speaking after the game, Grealish told the BBC: "I've met young Finlay about a month ago. "Got on, obviously, really well with him.
"Him obviously having cerebral palsy like my little sister as well so... he asked me to do a celebration for him. Luckily it came at the World Cup.
When asked how much it would mean to him, Grealish replied: "That's what it's all about. For me it's just doing a celebration, but that'll mean the world to him, I'm sure.
"Especially me doing it at the World Cup. Finlay, that one's for you."