It’s no secret that former Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is a huge soccer fan. He played the sport while growing up in Italy and even credited it for his extraordinary vision on the basketball court.

However, while the Black Mamba is a known AC Milan and FC Barcelona follower, it seems he now has a team to support in the Premier League, England’s top soccer competition.

Bryant was in attendance at Wembley Stadium in London, cheering on the Tottenham Hotspur during their game against Liverpool. The 39-year-old even had a meet-and-greet with the whole Spurs squad after the match.

Tottenham also gave Bryant a team jersey with the number 24 on the back, presented by the team’s own star player and England striker Harry Kane.

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On the other, Bryant wasn’t the only sports icon in attendance during the game. Argentine legend and World Cup winner Diego Maradona also watched and met the team.

Having two sports icon certainly motivated the Spurs despite their poor form at home. The team didn’t only beat Liverpool, but they did so in style with a 4-1 scoreline.

Tottenham Hotspur are currently third on the Premier League table and are well-poised to contend for the title, so Bryant might have just picked a good team to watch and rally behind as he spends his retirement from the NBA.