The 29-year-old has reassured the young man of his love during the online abuse following the incident.
Egypt and Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elni have taken to social media to show support for team-mate Bokayo Saka after he missed a penalty against England in the Euro 2020 final against Italy.
After the score closed 1-1 after extra time, the only way to determine the winner was a penalty shootout.
With a penalty score of 3-2 in favor of Izzuri, the young gunner went ahead to take the decisive penalty but failed to beat Italian trustee Gianluigi Doniroma.
Manchester United duo Marcus Rashford and Judon Sancho also lost by 12 yards and all three have since been the victims of online racial abuse.
The Egyptian has now expressed solidarity with the teenager and assured love to his 19-year-old partner.
“My brother, we love you and [are] Proud of you, “Eleni, 29, posted on her social media platform.
Weapons have also been posted on its official website Support their versatile attacker.
“Last night, we saw Bokayo Saka reach the Euro 2020 final at the age of 19,” the club said.
“Bokayo has been with us since the age of seven and the whole club could not insist on watching him represent England during this tournament. You can feel him across the club.
“Last night we witnessed a leadership and character we have always known and loved in Bakhieu. However, this sense of pride soon turned to grief over the racist comments, after our final whistle. The young player was targeted on their social media platforms.
“Once again, we are sorry to say that we condemn the racism of so many black players. It cannot continue and social media platforms and the authorities must work to ensure this heinous abuse. On which our players are targeted on a daily basis now it stops.
“We have an internal process at Arsenal to ensure that our players have the support both emotionally and practically on this issue but unfortunately we have a lot.
“Our message to Bokayo is: keep your head up, we are very proud of you and we will welcome you back to Arsenal soon.”