Christian Atsu : Ex-Ghana Internationa Found Dead

A former Ghana international winger, Christian Atsu has been found dead(trapped under the rubbles) by search teams who were working at the crash site where his resident building collapsed few weeks ago.

Atsu’s residential building collapsed due to an earthquake that struck in Turkey and Syria few weeks ago.

Christian Atsu, before his death was contracted to a Turkey Super Lig outfit, Hatayspor .

And he was said to have been in his apartment in Hatay city when the natural disaster occured.

So, earlier reports has it that Atsu was found with a leg injury and having difficulty in breathing. This was two days after the incident. According to the report, Atsu was found alive, and is already recuperating on a hospital in Turkey

Now, the club has come out to debunk the  report saying it was a case of mistaken identity.

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And few days ago, Atsu’s agent, Nana Sechere, tasked the Turkish Government to expedite actions towards rescuing his client and other trapped victims.

So, he charged the Turkish government to send enough manpower and equipments to support workers on ground.

Also, Sechere called out Atsu’s club disclosing that none of its representative was on ground.

And now, it has been confirmed that Atsu is dead; and news of his death came as a shock to many football lovers, friends and families.

Footballers across the world hoped that the former Chelsea player would survive the crash.

Christian Atsu Stats Before His Death:

Atsu was voted best player at the 2015 AFCON tournament. At the 2015 African Mundial, he also won the Nissan Goal of the tournament.

In his prime, he had represented Ghana at the 2015, 2017 and 2019 AFCON and 2014 World Cup tournaments.

Our prayers and thoughts are now with the good people of Ghana, the Ghanaian Football Association. And the family and friends of Atsu, and especially those affected directly or indirectly by the natural disaster.

Rest in peace Atsu.

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