Ghana’s national team striker Christian Arts (Hataispor) was confirmed to be alive in the rubble of the earthquake, but reports came out that his whereabouts were unclear.
The Daily Mail reported on the 9th (Korean time), “Atsu, who was rescued from the rubble of a building due to the Turkiye earthquake and was taken to a hospital, is missing.”
Artz was trapped inside a collapsed building caused by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake in southeast Turkey and Syria on the 6th. It was unclear whether he was alive or dead because he could not be contacted, but it is known that he was rescued safely and is receiving treatment at the hospital.
However, the Hatayspor club said they could not find him at the hospital where Artz is known to have been transferred. The team’s attending physician, Gurbe Kaveci, said, “I heard that Atsu was transferred to Dottiol Hospital, so I looked for him, but he was not there.” His agent also complained that “the whereabouts are unknown.”
The Ghanaian ambassador told a local radio broadcaster, “I am confused about where Artz was sent after being rescued. Yesterday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said they found and rescued him, but it is unclear whether he was sent to a medical center or a specific hospital.” 스포츠토토
tragedy itself The loss of life due to this earthquake is great. Goalkeeper Ahmet Youf Turkaslan, who played for Yeni Malatyaspor in the Turkish second division, was found dead. On the third day of the earthquake, the death toll exceeded 10,000. Rescue is struggling in bad weather.
Artz made his professional debut at FC Porto (Portugal) in 2011. In 2013, after moving to Chelsea in the English Premier League (EPL), he spent time on loan at Vitesse, Everton, AFC Bournemouth, and Malaga.
In 2021, the enemy was moved to Turkey via Al Raed (Saudi Arabia) last year. As a member of the Ghanaian national team from 2012 to 2019, he participated in 65 A matches and scored 9 goals..