After 25 hours, Christian Atsu emerged from the ruins of the Turkey earthquake.

 After 25 hours of constant search by the rescue team, the Ghanaian football star Christian Atsu was finally found from the rubble of the Turkey earthquake.

A picture of Christian Atsu
Christian Atsu
The management of Hatayspor earlier this morning refuted untrue rumors that Christian Atsu, who was caught in a 7.7-magnitude earthquake that struck Turkiye last night, had been rescued alive.
Christian Atsu has been found alive, according to one of the Turkish journalists, Yagiz Sabuncuoglu, who broke the news of his capture this morning.
Teams of search and rescue workers are still working to save several people after a catastrophic earthquake in Turkey.
According to reports, the calamity that struck Turkey and Syria claimed the lives of more than 4300 people.
The 7.7-magnitude earthquake that happened on Monday affected the 31-year-old, who previously played in the Premier League for both Chelsea and Newcastle but is now with Hatayspor in Turkey.
Inaccurate reports from earlier stated that Atsu had been rescued and sent to the hospital with respiratory problems and a right foot injury. Atsu’s teammate Kerim Alici, however, denied that the winger had been located in a post on his Instagram account.
Then, according to a tweet from Turkish journalist Yagiz Sabuncuoglu, Hatayspor manager Mustafa zat had verified that Atsu and the team’s sporting director Taner Savut were still trapped beneath the debris.
A picture of Christian Atsu
Christian Atsu

Atsu’s current club, Hatayspor, is situated in the Turkish city of Hatay, which is seen to be one of the regions most negatively impacted by the catastrophe.
Following the event, several footballers, including Onur Ergun and Burak Oksuz, were rescued. Ruben Ribeiro and Ze Luis, Atsu’s other teammates, are safe, while Kerim Alici was able to release himself from the rubbles.
Before coming to St. James’ Park, Atsu spent time with a number of different Premier League teams, including Everton and Bournemouth. Atsu left Porto and joined Chelsea as a young player back in 2013.
He signed on with Hatayspor in the summer, and on Sunday night, just hours before the catastrophe that has rocked Turkey, he scored his first goal for the team.
According to reports, the tragedy has resulted in at least 2,800 fatalities and more than 12,000 injuries across Turkey and Syria. Just hours after the initial earthquake, a large aftershock with a magnitude of 7.5 struck the southern part of Turkey. According to reports, it was once more felt in both Iraqi Kurdistan and Syria.

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