Brentford’s Sergi Canos appeals for the return of his ‘very personal’ shin pads after a security guard gave them away by mistake following their draw with Liverpool
- Brentford’s Sergi Canos has begged fans to return his shin pads from Saturday
- Canos said he left his shin pads on the sideline after their draw with Liverpool
- The 24-year-old winger believes a security guard gave them away by mistake
- Canos said they were ‘very personal’ to him as they had ‘family pictures’ on them
- He has said that he will give away his shirts or boots instead of the shin pads
Brentford’s Sergi Canos has begged fans to return his shin pads after they were given away by mistake.
The winger said he left his shin pads on the sideline after their 3-3 draw with Premier League leaders Liverpool and claims they were given away by a security guard.
Canos – who is a former Liverpool youth player – said the shin pads were ‘very personal’ to him as they had ‘family pictures’ on them.
Sergi Canos (L) has begged fans to return his shin pads after they were given away by mistake
Therefore, he has offered to give the fan who currently has them his ‘boots or shirts instead’.
Canos Tweeted saying: ‘Guys please I left my shin pads on the touch line and some security guy gave them away to you.
‘They are very personal with my family pictures. Can someone help me find them? I will give you boots or shirts instead.’
A security guard gave them away following Brentford’s 3-3 draw with Liverpool on Saturday
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp applauded Brentford for their performance on Saturday
Canos – who is one of Brentford’s longest-serving players after signing in 2017 from Norwich City for his second spell at the club – impressed during Saturday’s clash.
The 24-year-old provided the cross which ultimately lead to Ethan Pinnock’s 27th-minute opener.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp even applauded Brentford – who secured their ninth point from their opening six games – for their impressive performance in Saturday’s draw.
‘They deserved their three goals and deserved a point,’ Klopp said. ‘They could have scored one more, we could have had four or five more.’