Neymar, Vinicius Jr. and Endrick led football’s aid to Brazil due to the floods

Neymar, Vinicius Jr. and Endrick led football’s aid to Brazil due to the floods

The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) created a platform to make donations to affected people, a campaign in which, in addition to the aforementioned players, they participate Danilo and the coach, Dorival Juniorencouraging the population to collaborate on their social networks.

Gaucho stars or those who made history in Rio Grande do Sul, such as Ronaldinho Gaúcho, Dunga, Paulo Roberto Falcao or Tinga They also threw themselves into the appeals.

The historic rise of the river Guaíba, In Porto Alegre, the regional capital, he united for a moment the players of the two largest teams in the state, whose rivalry is considered the greatest in Brazil.

The Gremio and Inter stadiums, as well as their training centers, are covered by water.

The Ecuadorian striker Enner Valencia and the Uruguayan goalkeeper Sergio Rochet, both from Inter, bought basic baskets and cleaning kits and delivered them to a social center that houses socially vulnerable people. The Uruguayan goalkeeper also served food to the people in the shelter.

“There is no country, religion, t-shirt, nothing. We are all on the same side. This is our goal”Rochet declared to Radio Gaúcha.

Another of Inter’s figures, Thiago Maiaalso delivered basic baskets to those most affected, while Argentines Gabriel Mercado or Lucas Alario They were seen helping flood victims.

In the archrival Gremio, the archer Caíque became personally involved, going with his jet ski to rescue people who had been isolated by the rise of the Guaíba River.

The veteran forward Diego Costa He donated four jet skis to help rescue people isolated by the floods, while the coach and idol Renato Gaúcho recorded a video on social networks encouraging the entire population to collaborate.

The union technician had to be rescued from the hotel where he resides due to flooding.

The catastrophe caused the CBF to postpone the matches of the 11 gaúcho teams that compete in national competitions: Gremio and Inter de Porto Alegre and Juventude de Caxias in the men’s Serie A, two in the women’s Serie A (Gremio and Inter), 3 in the Series C and 3 others in Series D.

Initially reluctant to postpone its matches, Conmebol finally accepted that Gremio’s match in the Libertadores in Chile against Huachipato, scheduled for this Wednesday, and Inter’s match in the Sudamericana in Bolivia against Real Tomayapo, this Tuesday, will not be played this week.

Source: Ambito

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