Manchester City have been near-perfect on the pitch this season during their dominance of the Premier League.
But City have been equally impressive off-the-pitch this week after granting a wish to one of their loyalist supporters.
City fan Steve is fighting terminal lung cancer and one of the hopes on his bucket list was to create a ‘man cave’ dedicated to the club.
Life-long City fan, Steve was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer earlier this year…
On Steve's bucket list was to build a City 'man cave' which he did. But we took it one step further with help from @OfficialSGoater, @Elia22Mangala and @fernandinho! #mancity pic.twitter.com/EqJ0RdDQuF
— Manchester City (@ManCity) December 21, 2017
After learning about this, City were only too willing to lend a hand and create a dream hideout, with a few notable handymen.
Fernandinho, Eliaquim Mangala and City legend Shaun Goater popped along to Steve’s house to put signed shirts on the wall and join him in a game of darts.
Steve said: “It was a hell of a surprise, unexpected. I can’t describe it.”