Caltex Socceroos star Aaron Mooy will meet a young Huddersfield Town fan after his heart-warming letter to the midfielder went viral over the weekend.
Mooy starred for the Terriers against Manchester United on Sunday (AEDT), scoring the opener as David Wagner’s side secured a stunning 2-1 upset over the Red Devils.
And Mooy’s performance caught the eye of young Huddersfield fan, Adam Bhana, with his hand-written letter to the club gaining huge traction on the internet after it was tweeted by Club Director Sean Jarvis.
"I was at the Huddersfield against Manchester United match," Bhana wrote.
"I found a five pound note at the stadium and gave it to dad because you cannot keep what is not yours.
"Can you please ask (manager) Mr (David) Wagner, if Aaron Mooy can keep the money because he played very well and scored yesterday. I have put the five pounds in the envelope. Thank you."
The post caught the attention of Mooy on social media and the 27-year-old confirmed on Thursday that he will meet the youngster later this week.
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