EXTRA TIME: Anichebe mourns brave Bradley Lowery

The Nigeria international paid his final respect to the brave kid after losing his long battle against cancer

Former Sunderland forward Victor Anichebe expressed his grief over the death of six-year-old Bradley Lowery who died on Friday.

Lowery who enjoyed a close relationship with Sunderland players last season, appeared as a mascot for the Black Cats in the 2016-17 season before he lost his fight against neuroblastoma.

And Anichebe who recently joined Beijing Enterprises forward took to social media to mourn the young lad after his family confirmed his demise.

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May you rest in peace, as memories of you live on @bradleysfight

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