BBC Breakfasts Naga Munchetty gushes over heart warming Jack Grealish video

BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty was left in awe after the programme aired a heart-warming segment dedicated to 12 year old Jack Grealish fan, Finlay.

Finlay, who has cerebral palsy, appeared on BBC Breakfast on Tuesday (November 22) after he wrote to the England footballer earlier this year.

Following a surprise meeting at Manchester City's training facilities, Jack promised Finlay that he would do a special celebratory dance dedicated to him during the England v Iran game.

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After performing the dance, Jack, 27 went a step further and gave Finlay a phone call which was shown on BBC Breakfast.

Sharing a clip of their reaction on her Twitter, after it was shared on her colleague John Watson's page, Naga took to Twitter to also show her appreciation.

She wrote: "Something to warm your…

"Don't need to like football, just need to like kindness."

Fans also agreed with the broadcaster and commented favourably under her tweet.

After seeing the clip, one social media user wrote: "Heart warming indeed, @JackGrealish showing the type of guy he is, in fact I thought he was going to fly Fin out for the next game."

Another said: "It means so much more than football. Compassion and the decency of folk is what makes the country the best in the world. Throw war, cost of living and pandemics at us. Together we will survive and thrive."

Meanwhile a third chimed: "Naga, this is so good. Thanks for sharing."

During their engaging conversation which was shared on social media by the official England squad, Finlay confessed that he thought Jack had forgotten about his promise.

Jack replied: "To be fair, I didn't think I was going to score yesterday, because the game was a bit gone by the time I came on, but I was buzzing to get a goal and then I could do my little celebration just for you

"You were always in the back of my mind, mate. I'm glad you enjoyed it," he added.

Finlay, who plays football at City in the Community, said he felt "starstruck" over the experience as a whole.

"I just can't believe it. It feels like a dream come true," he said.

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