Manchester United star Paul Pogba On His 27th Birthday, Embarks On A Fundraising Campaign To Help Save Children And Battle Coronavirus.

Manchester United playmaker Paul Pogba is celebrating his 27th year birthday today, and has in that regard, has decided to financially help to battke the harmful Coronavirus.



Pogba has set up a fundraising page on Facebook, and pledged financial support to UNICEF to help children affected by coronavirus.

The 2018 World cup winner with France, he has vowed to surely double the money if his goal of £27,000 is reached.

According to reports, Pogba celebrated his 26th birthday, raisng £7,360 for clean water organisation Charity Water.

He wrote today via his official Facebook page;
"It's my birthday and I'm always grateful that me, my family and friends are healthy. Nonetheless, not everybody is in good health right now.

"The Coronavirus pandemic is affecting the health and lives of many, including children.
The impact of a large-scale outbreak, especially on poor and vulnerable children, can be immense.

"Unicef is helping prevent the spread of Coronavirus by supplying vital medical supplies, consulting with communities and implementing prevention campaigns. It is a priority to stop the spread of this new virus, and the misinformation that’s spreading alongside it.

"At times like this we need to come together. 


He concluded by saying with the help of everyone, any amount will be welcome to help fight this war against COVID19. Thank you for all the support. Stay safe.”


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