Ghana striker Christian Arts (Hataispor), who disappeared after the earthquake in Turkiye, has been confirmed to be alive.
According to Ghanaian journalist Sadie Adams’ report on the 7th (Korean time), Artz and nine colleagues were rescued from the ninth floor of a building that was damaged by the earthquake and taken to the hospital. She is currently receiving treatment and is said to be focusing on her recovery.
Previously, Ahtsu’s life and death were uncertain due to the Turkiye earthquake.
A large earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8 occurred in southeastern Turkey and Syria on the morning of the 6th. At least 1,498 people were killed in the quake, the Turkiye rescue team said on Sunday, according to AFP. Hatayspor, where 바카라 Arts belongs, is based on the Hatay region south of Turkiye, which is also known to be severely damaged by the earthquake.
The situation took a serious turn when Atsu also lost contact after the earthquake. Art’s former team, Newcastle United, also left a message on social media wishing for Art’s safe return.
Fortunately, Art was rescued along with his teammates, and tragedy averted.
Born in Ghana, Arts made his professional debut at Portugal’s prestigious FC Porto in 2011 and moved to Chelsea in 2013. Afterwards, he lived on loan at Vitesse, Everton, AFC Bournemouth, and Malaga, before settling in Newcastle in 2016 and playing an active role until 2021. In 2021, through Al Raed in Saudi Arabia, the enemy moved to the Turkiye stage last year.