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Morocco National Team Players Led By Achraf Hakimi Donate Blood to Victims of Earthquake: Video
- Morocco players donate blood to victims of earthquake
- The AFCON qualifier against Liberia has been postpone
- Achraf Hakimi has urged Moroccans to help those affected by the earthquake
Players of the Moroccan national team led the way by donating blood to victims of the devastating earthquake which hit the country on Friday night.
Over 800 people have been reported dead while many are yet to be accounted for following the 6.8 magnitude earthquake.
The Moroccan national team has had its Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Liberia postponed due to the disaster with players sending in their message of condolence to the affected families.
In a video shared on social media, the team and staff were spotted donating blood to cater for the injured ones.
Earlier, Paris Saint Germain defender Achraf Hakimi urged Moroccans to help after the country experienced one of the worst disasters in recent times.
"We feel a difficult moment for our loved ones. It's raining temperatures to save as many views as possible. There are many condolences to everyone who are here. We are living through difficult times, and our thoughts are all with the injured and the families of the victims. We all cooperate and contribute to saving the wounded by donating blood. We belong to Allah and to Him we shall return," he wrote on X.
According to CNN, the death toll keep rising as the search continues for victims of the disaster.
Hakimi urges Moroccans to help earthquake victims
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Achraf Hakimi has sent a heartfelt message to victims of the devastating earthquake which hit Morocco on Friday night.
Over 800 people have reportedly died from the 6.8 magnitude earthquake.
According to multiple reports, the number keeps rising with many yet to be accounted for since Friday night.
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