Ex-Man United star Cristiano Ronaldo’s autographed shirt is being auctioned off to help fund Turkey’s earthquake relief effort
Turkey was hit by a 7.5 magnitude earthquake on February 6 and the whole world is shocked by the serious consequences of this terrible natural disaster.
2,200 year old Gazintap Castle destroyed by the earthquake in Turkey.
Before vs Now. pic.twitter.com/vAtIWhmlsA
— Xavi Ruiz (@xruiztru) February 6, 2023
The football world is also reacting quickly to this fast time as they have offered as much support as possible to the victim of this unfortunate event.
Cristiano Ronaldo played alongside Merih Demiral during his time in Turin and the Turkish CB has a collection of football shirts from top athletes, including the Portuguese sensation.
After the earthquake happened and realizing its danger, Admiral immediately came to the support of the people of his country after putting up a signed CR7 for auction to raise funds for the victims.
Saat 23.45 itibariyle açık artırmaya verilen en yüksek teklif @vefakuzu tarafından bu şekildedir.
Yarın saat 20.00’a kadar tekliflerinizi @TeamDemiral ve [email protected] üzerinden iletebilirsiniz. pic.twitter.com/xIbL4kguvH
— Merih Demiral (@Merihdemiral) February 7, 2023
“I just spoke to Cristiano. He said that he was very sad about what happened in Turkey.” Merih Demiral wrote on Twitter.
“We’re auctioning off Ronaldo’s signed shirt in my collection. All proceeds from the auction will be used in the earthquake area.” Turkish defender further added.
The entire footballing world applauds the efforts of the Turkey centre-back and once again Cristiano Ronaldo is in the headlines after showing that the gifting character he has in his nature really helps with a face value of his pedigree.
Christian Atsu was found alive after being buried under rubble in the earthquake that hit Turkey, the vice-president of his club Hatayspor told media on Tuesday. pic.twitter.com/OxiZFv1yBZ
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) February 7, 2023
Earlier, footballers were rescued under the rubble after being buried for a whole day. But misery for example unfortunate when Yeni Malatyaspor goalkeeper Ahmet Eyup Türkaslan died during the earthquake.
We are devastated by the death of Yeni Malatyaspor goalkeeper Ahmet Eyup Türkaslan, who died in the earthquake in Turkey.
May he and all other victims rest in peace 🕊️ pic.twitter.com/sJA6Luq5jG
— UtdDistrict (@UtdDistrict) February 7, 2023
The number of deaths from the earthquake in Turkey and Syria has exceeded 12,000. Up to 23 million people could be affected, including millions of displaced Syrians and refugees already in need of humanitarian assistance.
It is freezing cold in the earthquake affected areas in Turkey and the affected people need help and help.
7.4 Earthquake in Turkey shook very badly pic.twitter.com/6PdBtfL3E9
— Salih Taşalan (@salih453226) February 6, 2023
55 members and 4 search dogs of the Japan Disaster Relief Team set out for Turkey with a firm determination to do the best to rescue the victims. Mexico’s famous search and rescue dogs are currently flying to Turkey following Monday morning’s devastating earthquake.
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