Photo of the week: Manchester City's Nasri celebrates Muslim feast

Eslam Omar, Monday 20 Aug 2012

Nasri showed “Eid Mubarak” print on his under-shirt after scoring Manchester City's winner in Premier League opener

Samir Nasri - Eid Mubarak
Machester City attacker Nasri with “Eid Mubarak” sign on shirt(Photo: AP)

After scoring the winning goal in Manchester City's Premier League opener when they won 3-2 against Southampton Sunday, French attacker Samir Nasri revealed a shirt he made to celebrate Muslims feast, Eid El-Fitr.

On Nasri's shirt he wrote: “Eid Mubarak”, the most common feasts’ greeting among Muslim and it can be translating to "have a blessing feast".

The-25-year-old Nasri, Algeria-born, is a former Marseille player as he entered the Premier League in 2008 from Arsenal gates before joining City last year.

As we are in the middle of it, ‘Happy Eid’ to our readers.

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