- Four Premier League stars named Juan Mata, Kevin Dw Bruyne, Eric Dier and Theo Walcott were seen in school with kids
- The players were in good mood with the kids as they were taught some lessons
- Arsenal star Theo Walcott was interested in knowing the kids that like football
Manchester United star Juan Mata leads three other Premier League stars named Kevin De Bruyne, Eric Dier and Theo Walcott to school as they received lessons from local primary school kids.
The kids were so much excited to see them in their presence even though their visit was all part of the Premier League’s first TV advertising campaign which marks the launch of the Primary Stars campaign.
Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata was the first who spoke with the kids when he was asked his best subjects, and he told them 'Geography and Languages'.
Manchester City attacker Kevin De Bruyne was also in joyous mood in the presence of the kids in school as he also offered them some words.
“I was good at languages and it’s helped me a lot. I’ve played in a lot of countries and I almost speak four languages now, which is quite good.” he said.
From his own path, Arsenal star Theo Walcott was concerned about knowing the kids that love football, and NAIJ.com understands that most of the kids in the school does.
“It is always fun. I’ve got two bundles of joy at home. They make me laugh, kids — and I try to keep them entertained. The first thing I asked the kids was, ‘Does anyone like football?’. Most people love playing football, love watching football and being part of it — and a Premier League player actually coming into school creates massive joy for all the children and they get a big buzz.” Walcott said.
Tottenham star Eric Dier seems to know a lot about most subjects and the kids were happy as they all surrounded him in the classroom.