Hector Bellerin confirms £19,050 donation to Grenfell Tower Disaster Fund

Hector Bellerin hands over a sum of £19,050 to the Grenfell Tower Disaster Fund, sticking to his pledge of giving £50 for every minute played at U21 Euro 2017.

Spain Under-21s full-back Hector Bellerin has donated a total of £19,050 to the Grenfell Tower Disaster Fund - £50 for every minute played at U21 Euro 2017.

The 22-year-old featured in four of La Rojita's five games during their run to the final of the competition, where they lost to Germany Under-21s on Friday evening.

Arsenal ace Bellerin, who played 381 minutes in total for Spain, has confirmed on Twitter that he will go ahead with the pledge made prior to the tournament a fortnight ago.


Arsenal and Chelsea also recently announced that they will donate all proceeds from the upcoming Community Shield to the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, which has so far been confirmed to have claimed the lives of 80 people.

Marco Asensio in action during the friendly between Italy under-21s and Spain under-21s on March 27, 2017
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