English Footballer and Bournemouth player has penned a heartfelt tribute to Sunderland fan and mascot, Bradley Lowery who died on Friday, July 7 after a batter with cancer.
Six-year-old Bradley Lowery following his diagnosis with neuroblastoma, a rare kind of cancer became friends with the premiership club and the ex-Sunderland star striker.
He formed a remarkably close bond with striker Jermain Defoe, with the England international regularly visiting Bradley and his family, both at home and in hospital.
Bradley touched football fans across the world after repeatedly appearing as a mascot for Sunderland during the 2016-17 season.
Defoe took to his twitter handle to write a messge about Bradley. In his tweet which has gone viral with over 200,000 retweets had nothing but love for Bradley.
Read his tweet below
Sleep tight little one… http://pic.twitter.com/iGqLXdvlVi
— Jermain Defoe (@IAmJermainDefoe) July 8, 2017
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