The Egyptian star of Liverpool and the Egyptian national team, Mohamed Salah, published a tweet sympathizing with the victims of the devastating earthquake (7.8 degrees on the Richter scale) that struck Turkey and Syria today, Monday, and resulted in hundreds of victims and injured.
Mohamed Salah said through his official account on Twitter: “Terrific news coming from Syria and Turkey. My condolences for the lives that were lost and I wish a full recovery for all the injured.”
It is noteworthy that the earthquake resulted in the deaths of hundreds, including players whose deaths were revealed by official media, including the former Syrian national team player Nader Al-Jokhadar and his son Taj, while on the Turkish side, the British newspaper “Daily Mail” revealed that Ghanaian Christian Atsu is the current player of Hatayspor, Chelsea, Everton and Newcastle. The former United is still under the rubble of a building that collapsed in the devastating earthquake.
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