Harvey Elliott gave Liverpool shirt to boy in hospital bed next to him

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Liverpool midfielder Harvey Elliott gave his Liverpool shirt and a one of his boots to a young boy in the hospital bed next to him yesterday.

The 18-year-old suffered a suspected dislocated ankle around the hour mark in his side's 3-0 win at Leeds United on Sunday in the Premier League.

Elliott was admitted to Leeds General Infirmary hospital as his injury was checked.

And Twitter user @jaytothelo posted a screenshot of a message that read: "My son has just broke his arm at a footy game this afternoon.

"Who comes in on next bed to him... Harvey Elliott and his family. Gives him his LFC top from game and his shoe. Son's buzzing now."

The Reds have confirmed that Elliott has now been discharged from hospital to return home with his family.

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