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Man confesses to shooting dead Serge Aurier's brother, in police custody

Last updated 30 days ago | By GameYetu and Mirror

Serge Aurier (Ivory Coast)

A man has confessed to shooting dead Tottenham star Serge Aurier’s brother and has handed himself over to police in France.  

According to a police source, a man reported to a police station in Toulouse on Tuesday, July 14, confirming he was the gunman.

Christopher Aurier, 26, was shot dead in the early hours of Monday morning in Toulouse, France, according to reports.

An individual was shot in the abdomen outside a nightclub in the French city with the suspect on the run, report French outlet Europe1.

Police were called by members of the public and the area is said to have been closed off for investigation.

The incident took place at around 5am on the Boulevard de Thibaud and the individual that has been shot is said to be Christopher Aurier, 26, the brother of Spurs star Serge.

It is reported he was later pronounced dead at hospital.

Christopher was also a footballer and had previously had trials at Brentford in 2011, and also tried out for non-league side Stalybridge Celtic.

He played football at amateur level and was most recently on the books with French fifth-tier side Toulouse Rodeo.

The incident comes just hours after Serge had played for Spurs in their 2-1 win over Arsenal in the north London derby at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Aurier played the full 90 minutes as Jose Mourinho's side came from a goal down to beat their fiercest rivals thanks to a late header by Toby Alderweireld.

Premier League - Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal - Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, Britain - July 12, 2020 Tottenham Hotspur's Serge Aurier in action with Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette [COURTESY]

The Ivorian, a 62-cap international, moved to Tottenham in 2017 from PSG and has gone on to make 79 appearances for the club, scoring six goals.

He helped Spurs to the final of the Champions League last season where they were beaten by Liverpool in Madrid.

 

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