Christian Arts (31, Hatayspor), a striker from the Ghanaian national team who went missing in the earthquake that occurred in Turkiye, was rescued and confirmed to be alive.
The Turkiye media ‘Star’ said on the 7th (hereinafter Korean time), “Atsu, who was buried under the rubble of a building that collapsed due to the earthquake that occurred in Turkey, was rescued and transferred to the hospital. He was injured in his right foot and had difficulty breathing, but received treatment. We are receiving and focusing on recovery.”
Art’s fate was uncertain after a 7.7 magnitude earthquake occurred in the central region of Turkey on the 6th.
Hatay, the hometown of Hatayspor, where Arts belongs, was severely damaged by the earthquake. Arts also grew concerned when contact was lost after the earthquake. Newcastle United (England), where Art played in the past, also posted a post on social network service (SNS) wishing for Art’s safe return. 카지노
Fortunately, Artz was rescued with his colleagues and it is known that his life is not affected.
A striker from the Ghanaian national team, Artz made his professional debut at Portuguese prestigious FC Porto in 2011 and transferred to Chelsea (England) in 2013. After that, he played on loan in Everton (England) and Malaga (Spain), then played for Newcastle from 2016 to 2021. In 2021 he moved the team to Hatayspor last year via Al Raed in Saudi Arabia.
Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) of the United States reported that the death toll from this earthquake is approaching 5,000.