- Fulham players made the day of a physically challenged boy named Rhys Port who went viral on social media after making a post
- The disabled boy who is a goalkeeper with Feltham Bees posted videos of himself on Tik Tok making saves in the goal post
- The Cottagers chose to celebrate Aleksandar Mitrovic goal with him when Fulham scored against Bristol City
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How it all happened
The 13-year-old who has cerebral palsy and epilepsy plays as a goalkeeper for the Feltham Bees disability team.
And after posting a video of himself saving a ball during a match on Tik Tok, the young lad came under several abuses on social media.
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However, Fulham paid the physically challenged by back by running towards him in the front row stand to celebrate Mitrovic's goal.
The boy was moved to tears after the Cottagers arranged for him to meet one of his heroes, defender Tim Ream, on BBC Breakfast.
Porter relayed he passed through to after he posted five videos on Tik Tok:
"I posted about four or five and I posted a video of me where I made a save, and then it went viral and it had loads of horrible comments.
"It made me feel quite sad, but I try and get over it and I try and make the positives come out of the situation."
Bristol City equalized with 11 minutes left to play and Ream said that it was not the result Porter was looking for as he posted on social media.
"Not the result Rhys Porter asked for but another cool moment shared and experienced."
Fulham have now made Rhys an honorary member of their team and listed him as a first-team goalkeeper on their site.
English fans will now be allowed to drink beer during football games
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that National League and League Two fans will now be allowed to consume alcohol during matches for the first time in 36 years, Sports Bible.
Football loving fans were banned from consuming alcohol within sight of the pitch in 1985 due to hooliganism.
However, other sports like cricket and rugby do not have such restrictions in the United Kingdom as fans can drink alcohol from their seats.
Member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom Tracey Crouch has stated that the view on alcohol and football is outdated.