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Newcastle star Saint-Maximin promotes personal game with Rolex gift thanks to Magpies fan

Newcastle ace Allan Saint-Maximin has stunned one fan with the lucrative gift.

The French winger was celebrating after their 2-0 win against Nottingham Forest.

Saint-Maximin went to greet supporters and he made a remarkable gesture as he handed over the expensive watch to Newcastle supporter Steve Dutton.

Clearly stunned by Saint-Maximin's kindness, Dutton shook the forward's hand and thanked him for his generosity.

He later posted to social media: "I was the person who was gifted the watch from ASM, I was totally speechless.

"I thought he was coming to sign autographs and have pictures taken with the kids. I'm still in shock, I can't thank @asaintmaximin enough."

Alongside the video on his own Instagram page, Saint-Maximin wrote the message: "These are the values of the Helios community.

"With the massive support you guys give me all the time , these little attentions are the least I can do to thank you."

Helios is the board game that Saint-Maximin has created himself. It is inspired by the French winger's own fascination with Greek mythology, and it has developed something of a cult following in the North East, with players able to compete for cash at events hosted by the Newcastle star.

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