Costa, a soccer star who became a real hero, rescued 100 people while traveling to Brazil’s flood scene

Diego Costa, a former soccer player familiar as a Chelsea striker, rescued more than 100 people while traveling through the flood scene in his native Brazil.

Brazil’s Hougrangidou region was hit by torrential rains that began on Saturday, which damaged 70 percent of the city and 7.5 percent of the state’s population. According to the latest announcement, 83 people have died and 850,000 people have been affected. More than 100,000 people have been evacuated.

According to Spanish media outlet Cadena Ser, retired soccer player Costa decided to use the power of soccer fans to rescue them. He stopped training and asked Tim Gremio, a supporter of his team, how he could help them. Costa, who started a full-fledged rescue operation, put a jet ski on his jeep and walked around with his four friends. They started searching for people who needed to evacuate one by one. They rescued about 100 people.

A 56-year-old citizen interviewed by the media said, “I’ve never seen what Diego did today. A player who came to our city a few months ago dumped his car in the water and took care of people first 먹튀검증.”

Costa was born in Brazil and enjoyed his prime time in the European leagues and the Spanish team. In 2006, he started his career in Europe at the age of 18 with Braga, Portugal. After playing for Celta de Vigo, Alvacete, and Valladolid in Spain, he moved to Atletico Madrid in 2010. He exploded his potential in his fourth season at Atletico, drawing keen attention and joining the club in 2014 for England’s Chelsea. He also won two La Liga titles at Atletico and two Premier League titles at Chelsea, earning recognition as a world-class striker. He also played for the national team at the request of Spain, not his native Brazil. After playing for Atletico, he returned to Atletico de Janeiro in Brazil, but temporarily returned to the Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 2022-2023 season and played as a teammate of Hwang Hee-chan.

He has been playing for Gremio since the beginning of this year after playing for Botafogo in Brazil. Gremio is a city in a flood zone. When he saw a disaster in his new home, he took active action.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *