Bellerin's Arsenal face Barcelona in the Champions League.

Video: Hector Bellerin attempts to sing the Champions League anthem and it's horrendous

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Hector Bellerin has been brilliant this season in the right-back position for Arsenal.

Whilst we can’t fault his footballing skills, we most certainly can fault his singing skills.

The 20-year-old was taking part in a Q&A on the Gunners’ official YouTube page when one fan asked him to sing the Champions League anthem.


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Now, we all love the Champions League anthem, don’t we?

These are the champions
Die Meister
Die Besten
Les grandes equipes
The champions!

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Well if you don’t want the song to be ruined for you, don’t listen to Bellerin’s attempt of singing it.

The results are pretty horrendous with the Spaniard seemingly completely tone deaf. His singing face is also equally horrendous.

Watch the video below, if you dare:

Bellerin may only get the chance to walk out to the Champions League anthem two more times this season as his side have the tough task of facing Barcelona in the last-16.

It’ll be interesting to see if Bellerin breaks into song when he hears the anthem when he lines up to face the Spanish champions.

But fair play to the youngster for being good humoured enough to give it a go, albeit very poorly.

Just a reminder - if Bellerin is ever on another Q&A, please don’t ask him to sing.

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