Bellerin to donate £19,000 to Grenfell Tower victims

The Arsenal right-back pledged to donate £50 for every minute he played for Spain's Under-21s this summer, and he played 381 in total

Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin will donate over £19,000 to help victims of the horrific Grenfell Tower fire.

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At least 80 people died in the fire in Kensington, though more fatalities are expected to be confirmed.

Bellerin pledged to donate £50 for every minute he played for the Spanish team at the European Under-21 Championships this summer, with La Roja reaching the final.

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Bellerin won a silver medal as Spain lost 1-0 to Germany in the final, and the kind-hearted defender has now confirmed that he has raised £19,050 to donate to the British Red Cross, after playing 381 minutes.

The 22-year-old revealed the number on Twitter on Sunday morning, and has urged others to "please support in any way you can".

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