Christian Atsu, the Ghanaian former Málaga, Porto and Newcastle player, among others, has been found alive among the rubble of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria that has caused more than 2,500 deaths,
‘A Bola‘ , a Portuguese football publication has reported that the now Hatayspor footballer, who disappeared among the ruins of the earthquake in the city of Hatay, is in the hospital injured in his right foot and having difficulty breathing.
Search and rescue teams searched for Atsu, after the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that has affected southern Turkey and Syria.
According to A Bola, Atsu’s companions Onur Ergün and Burak Oksuz were also found.
Kerim Alici emerged from the rubble under his own power. However, Hatayspor sporting director Taner Savut has not yet been located.
The testimony of Volkan Demirel, former Fenerbahçe goalkeeper and now Hatayspor coach, crying his eyes out, moves: “Help. I want to ask you to send all the resources you have. It’s not just Hatay or Antakya. Please, I’m asking you, for For God’s sake, there are people dying here.”