With more and more footballers extending their hand in the fight against COVID-19, a Premier League star recently donated medical supplies to DR Congo at his own expense. Check it out!
The player in question is Manchester United fullback Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who had protective equipment sent to DR Congo in his bid to help African countries fight the coronavirus.
According to The Sun, the tough-tackling right-back used R220 000 of his own earnings to donate protective gloves to doctors in Kinshasa, Congo, which is also his father's homeland.
"AWB" has joined many footballers around the world, including United captain Harry Maguire and Chelsea legend Didier Drogba, who have tirelessly helped in combatting the pandemic.
To see images of AWB packaging the gloves, scroll through the gallery above.
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