Ghanaian football player Christian Atsu found alive in the rubble after the earthquake in Turkey
The winger of the Ghana national team and the Turkish first division team Hatayspor Christian Atsu scored in the seventh minute of stoppage time to give his team a win against Kasimpasa on Sunday.
As it says "Mirror", former Chelsea and Newcastle player Atsu has been found alive in the ruins of Turkey after the catastrophic earthquake.
The footballer from Ghana (31) is among the missing after the collapse of an apartment building in Hatay.
The information says that Atsu has breathing problems along with several injuries, so he is currently in the hospital.
Hatayspor club is expected to come out with official information soon.
I'm still in contact with Christian Atsu's management. A teammate of Atsu has confirmed to them, the player has been found and taken to the hospital.
They expect an official statement from his club soon.
Prayers still with him and everyone. Trust God he is safe 🙏 pic.twitter.com/J9GFZyac2O
— Saddick Adams (@SaddickAdams) -
Christian Atsu has been found alive inside rubble after today's devastating earthquake that rocked Turkey and neighboring nations. He reportedly has breathing difficulties and an injury to his right foot, and has been transported to the hospital. https://t.co/cLjhLzwu9B
- Colin Millar (@Millar_Colin) -