Inter defender Stefan de Vrij has given a shirt to help fund-raise for Bergamo Hospital from his Champions League debut against Tottenham.
The human rights dissident needs to help battle COVID-19 and has consented to give his shirt No6 to the # TheBiggestGame undertaking of Shirtum.com. The gift cash goes to the Hospital Papa Giovanni XXIII in Bergamo.
“Hi everyone, I’ve chosen to give this shirt to the Bergamo Hospital,” he said in an Instagram video. “I have a unique association since I utilized it against Tottenham in my Champions League debut. “I trust you are on the whole great and I send you a major embrace!”
Beginning his vocation at his neighborhood club VV Spirit, Dutch professional footballer appeared as a Feyenoord professional at 17 years old. He burned through five seasons at the Eredivisie club before joining Lazio in July 2014, acting quickly as chief.
In the opener of the 2018-19 gathering stage, Inter won the match 2-1 and De Vrij helped Matias Vecino’s physical issue time victor.