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Justin Bieber surprises students as he joins them in school

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Popstar Justin Bieber surprised the school students as he joined them for a soccer game in London.

The 22-year-old singer was driving past a school in Highgate, North ahead of his concert when he decided to join few boys, who were in the middle of a soccer game, reported AceShowbiz.



"Justin and his manager came over to speak with us - I recognized him straight away. They had been driving past and seen our lesson going on," the school teacher, Mario Noto said.

"They explained Justin was in town for his shows at the O2, that he enjoys his football, and would love to join in. We thought this would be a great experience for the pupils.

"He was very down to earth and could have been another pupil, just enjoying himself, and spent about half an hour with us. He asked me to go in goal for a few penalties - and turned out to be pretty good," he continued.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Justin Bieber surprises students as he joins them in school

Popstar Justin Bieber surprised the school students as he joined them for a soccer game in London. The 22-year-old singer was driving past a school in Highgate, North London ahead of his concert when he decided to join few boys, who were in the middle of a soccer game, reported AceShowbiz. "Justin and his manager came over to speak with us - I recognized him straight away. They had been driving past and seen our lesson going on," the school teacher, Mario Noto said. "They explained Justin was in town for his shows at the O2, that he enjoys his football, and would love to join in. We thought this would be a great experience for the pupils. "He was very down to earth and could have been another pupil, just enjoying himself, and spent about half an hour with us. He asked me to go in goal for a few penalties - and turned out to be pretty good," he continued. Popstar Justin Bieber surprised the school students as he joined them for a soccer game in London.

The 22-year-old singer was driving past a school in Highgate, North ahead of his concert when he decided to join few boys, who were in the middle of a soccer game, reported AceShowbiz.

"Justin and his manager came over to speak with us - I recognized him straight away. They had been driving past and seen our lesson going on," the school teacher, Mario Noto said.

"They explained Justin was in town for his shows at the O2, that he enjoys his football, and would love to join in. We thought this would be a great experience for the pupils.

"He was very down to earth and could have been another pupil, just enjoying himself, and spent about half an hour with us. He asked me to go in goal for a few penalties - and turned out to be pretty good," he continued.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Justin Bieber surprises students as he joins them in school

Popstar Justin Bieber surprised the school students as he joined them for a soccer game in London.

The 22-year-old singer was driving past a school in Highgate, North ahead of his concert when he decided to join few boys, who were in the middle of a soccer game, reported AceShowbiz.

"Justin and his manager came over to speak with us - I recognized him straight away. They had been driving past and seen our lesson going on," the school teacher, Mario Noto said.

"They explained Justin was in town for his shows at the O2, that he enjoys his football, and would love to join in. We thought this would be a great experience for the pupils.

"He was very down to earth and could have been another pupil, just enjoying himself, and spent about half an hour with us. He asked me to go in goal for a few penalties - and turned out to be pretty good," he continued.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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