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COVID-19: Barcelona legend Xavi donates €1m to hospital

Xavi Hernandez   | Getty ImagesBarcelona football legend, Xavi Hernandez, has joined the fight against the deadly coronavirus by donating the sum of one million euros to a hospital in the city. Spain has recorded a total of 124,736coronavirus cases and 11,744 deaths as of 6:30 pm on Saturday. Xavi follows the footsteps of his former colleagues, Messi, Pep Guardiola, as well as the Alcantara brothers, Thiago and Rafinha, to donate to the course. The 40-year-old head coach of Al-Sadd in Qatar gave the donation in response to the medical centre's appeal for more resources to aid its response to the crisis. Xavi made the donation with his partner, » Read More

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