Mesut Ozil, Alex Iwobi, Santi Cazorla and Co out in force to support Arsenal Foundation charity ball at the Emirates
Arsenal stars were out in force on Thursday night as they attended the Arsenal Foundation's annual charity fundraiser just days before their end of season Premier League fixture against Aston Villa.
The Gunners could still finish second in the league if they beat bottom-placed Aston Villa and Tottenham lose away to Newcastle United, who have also been relegated.
But for one night the players forgot about their playing commitments and focused on raising money for the two charities that the Foundation is involved with: Save the Children and the Willow Foundation.
A total of £385,845 was... read more
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