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Harry Arter Overcame Immense Personal Grief To Put In MOTM Performance Vs Man United

Harry Arter Overcame Immense Personal Grief To Put In MOTM Performance Vs Man United
By Mikey Traynor

The Bournemouth players wore black armbands as a mark of respect for their teammate Harry Arter who suffered unimaginable grief after he and his partner lost their child at birth this week.

Arter assured the Bournemouth management that he was able to play, and there was nobody better than the Irish international as he bossed the midfield and steered his team to their second big win in as many weeks.

Harry Arter's passing was spot on, and the following stat emerged during the second half:

But it was more than just his pinpoint passing, as Arter frustrated Manchester United by breaking up the play and launching counter attacks which cause Louis Van Gaal's men problems all game.

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Those who watched the game heaped praise on Arter following the final whistle, showing their respect for playing in such a difficult time for him and his family, but also for putting in such an impressive performance, which Martin O'Neill will surely be aware of despite his attendance at the Euro 2016 group stage draw in Paris.

Our thoughts go out to Harry Arter and his partner at this difficult time.

SEE ALSO: Irish Fans React To A Tricky Draw For The Euro 2016 Group Stages

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