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Surely Az isn’t big enough!

Arsenal star Miguel Azeez will be hoping he doesn’t get a kick in the leg – after revealing his miniature shin guards.

The 20-year-old midfielder joined Kolo Toures Wigan this month on loan until the end of the season.

But he has to be careful when facing championship opponents – his shin pads do little to protect him. So much so that the tiny pads fit in the palm of his hand.

Azeez – who has been charged with misconduct for picking up a flare in celebration of his Wigan debut – took to his Instagram story to show fans asking what he wears in his socks.

And the result is a pair of tiny black shin guards with the Joga branding in white in the centre.

On the brand’s website, the “smallest pads on the market” – which measure 8cm x 5cm – cost £14.99 and are “designed primarily for comfort and protection”.

Azeez captioned the post, “For those wondering if I wear shin pads,” followed by a laughing emoji.

The photo of the Arsenal star joining the academy aged five drew some hilarious reactions on social media.

One person wrote: “The size of Miguel Azeez’s shin pads 😳 I remember the days when they covered most of your shin!”

Another commented, “This gives me Thierry Henry shin guards circa 2004.” A third replied, “Like wearing a sticker on your head instead of a helmet.”

https://www.the-sun.com/sport/7220892/arsenal-transfer-news-live-declan-rice-ivan-fresneda-moises-caicedo/ Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Moises Caicedo TWIST, Gunners reject Lokonga loan offer, Declan Rice’s PROMISE

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