Kim Kardashian watches Arsenal lose Europa League match to Sporting Lisbon

The biggest influencer of all, Kim Kardashian was present at Arsenal’s Europa League loss to Sporting Lisbon.

A global superstar thanks to her hit show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kardashian continues Arsenal’s rise in the social media world.


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Kardashian was seen enjoying the game

The 42-year-old posted a picture of pre-match game programs and several bottles of Prime to her 348 million Instagram followers, captioning “send help.”

And Logan Paul, co-founder of the energy drink that sponsors the Premier League side, noted the post and joked on Twitter: “We did it.”

However, news of Kardashian’s apparent fidelity will come as a shock to Italian giants Roma, who recently saw a 2,400 percent surge in Google search traffic after Kardashian was spotted in one of their retro kits.

In January, Kardashian’s son Saint West was spotted wearing an Arsenal third shirt for his birthday, which comes as no surprise as the Premier League leaders are attracting plenty of new fans.

His mother and global celebrity is reportedly in the Emirates filming part of a new documentary about her life.

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Kardashian posted from the Emirates pre-match

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Your son appears to be an Arsenal fan


But it was a heartbreaking end to the evening for Saint West as Arsenal were eliminated

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However, the young Kardashian didn’t get the result he wanted as Sporting went on to win 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in regulation time.

Gabriel Martinelli missed the crucial penalty and Arsenal’s attention is now back to winning the Premier League.

And boss Mikel Arteta insists leaving Europe is not a blessing in disguise, as has been suggested by some.

“I don’t know if you go through the competition and win it’s great, if not then it affects your plans in the league, that’s another story.

“We wanted to get through and we gave it our all, the effort the guys put in when it wasn’t our best day, individually and collectively, the hunger and will to win they showed, the way they backtracked , Was incredible. they really wanted it and today it didn’t happen. We have to keep our heads up, look towards Crystal Palace, there are 11 games left, the first starts on Sunday.”

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