Sulley Muntari gives his shirt to a Chievo ball boy, ball boy tries to give it back

Brooks Peck

After scoring the only goal in Milan's 1-0 win at Chievo Verona, Sulley Muntari was likely feeling quite good. So, to spread those good vibes a little further, he generously gave his shirt to the smallest Chievo ball boy as he headed for the tunnel. But Muntari underestimated the kid's loyalty to his own club and instead of eagerly grabbing the shirt and thanking Muntari for his gift, the ball boy didn't crack a smile and tried to give the shirt back to the player.

Though it may have been a humbling moment for Muntari at the time, Chievo has since clarified that it is club policy for ball boys not to ask players for their shirts after the game and that, coincidentally, the boy in question is actually a Milan fan. So after this impressive display of restraint on his part, they allowed him to keep the shirt.

Video via @Milanello

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