Spectacular: Luis Díaz’s gesture with a Liverpool fan boy who suffers from cancer
Liverpool is in the final stretch of the season fighting for the two remaining titles and dreaming of winning the four major competitions of the year (FA Cup, Carabao Cup, Premier League and Champions League).
But along with sports, there are also gestures and actions of the players that are to frame and that will remain in the hearts of the fans. One of the Liverpool players who has won the affection of the fans is the Colombian Luis Diaz.
Recently, Luis Díaz made a British boy named Chad, who is fighting cancer, happy. That was not an impediment for him to shine with his maximum smile after receiving a framed and autographed shirt by Luis Díaz at the hospital where he is being treated for the serious illness.
The shirt came into his hands through the Owen McVeigh FD Foundation, an organization that is responsible for helping relatives and children suffering from cancer in Merseyside, England.
“We delivered this signed and framed Luis Diaz jersey to Chad today at AlderHey. He was absolutely delighted as you can see by his big smile”, wrote the foundation on social networks.
In just a few months with the English club’s shirt, Luis Díaz has earned the love and admiration of a team as historic and important as Liverpool.. Now the Colombian and his teammates are close to achieving something almost impossible like four titles in one year.
Next May 28 will be the Champions League final against Real Madrid at the Stade France in Paris, France, in which they will seek their seventh Champions Cup. In the Premier League they must win and wait for City to fail in the 10 simultaneous games that they will play at the same time this Sunday, May 22.
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