Christian Atsu, a Ghanaian player, was found alive and is recovering in hospital after being pulled from the rubble of two devastating earthquakes that struck Turkey and Syria.
According to reports, more than 3,500 people were killed and thousands more were injured in the two countries’ overnight earthquake, which flattened neighborhoods while families were sleeping.
A search and rescue operation for the former Chelsea and Newcastle player was launched, and it was widely reported to be a success.
The Portuguese newspaper A Bola was the first to report that Atsu had been discovered, adding that he had been taken to the hospital after suffering injuries to his right foot and breathing difficulties.
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