Texas: 10-year-old Boy Gives A Pep Talk To His Football Teammates

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A 10-year-old boy from Texas gives a pep talk to his football teammates before their big game which has also motivated millions of people on the internet.

Written By Aanchal Nigam | Mumbai | Updated On:

A 10-year-old boy gives a pep talk to his teammates before their match on October 8. As the video was posted on Twitter, it quickly caught the eyes of netizens, who were seen surprised by how motivating a 5th grader can be before a big football game. Courtney Bridges, describes his son, Lane as 'small but mighty', who not only inspired his fellow teammates but also the huge viewership which the video gained in less than 48 hours since it was posted. Lane reportedly belongs to the Eastland Mavericks team and reportedly spends most of his time on the field, and is also known for his 'unstoppable force'.

Netizens amazed

The clip was shared by Chase Richardson, who is a high school football coach in Austin, Texas. The video with more than three million views and a thousand retweets has inspired netizens to not give up and “try harder”. People on the internet have also praised Bridges, to have raised a “gem”. One of the Twitter users also applauded the purity that the young heart owns. Another internet user also said that what he lacks in size is easily made up with his motivational speech. Someone else also replied hilariously that he would run through a brick wall with the determination he received by the 10-year-old Lane. People also believe that in this day and age it is hard to find players who actually stand up for their teammates.

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