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Ghanaian association football player (1992–2023)
Christian Atsu is ...
|Born||10 January 1992 in Ada Foah|
|Died||2023 in Antakya|
|Age||31 years, 11 months|
|Cause||2023 Turkey–Syria earthquakes|
|Sex or gender||male|
|Country of citizenship||Ghana|
|Birth name||Christian Atsu Twasam|
|Manner of death||accidental death|
|Occupation||association football player|
|Country for sport||Ghana|
|Participant in||2014 FIFA World Cup, 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, 2017 Africa Cup of Nations and 2019 Africa Cup of Nations|
|Member of sports team||F.C. Porto, Rio Ave F.C., Chelsea F.C., SBV Vitesse, Everton F.C., AFC Bournemouth, Málaga CF, Ghana national football team, Newcastle United F.C., Al-Raed FC and Hatayspor|
About Christian Atsu
Christian Atsu Twasam born on 10 January 1992 in Ada Foah. He is a citizen of Ghana. He represents Ghana for sport. He died on 2023 in Antakya from a 2023 Turkey–Syria earthquakes at age 31 years, 11 months.
He was a Ghanaian association football player (1992–2023).
Christian Atsu has worked as an association football player. He played for F.C. Porto, Rio Ave F.C., Chelsea F.C., SBV Vitesse, Everton F.C., AFC Bournemouth, Málaga CF, Ghana national football team, Newcastle United F.C., Al-Raed FC and Hatayspor. He has participated in 2014 FIFA World Cup, 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, 2017 Africa Cup of Nations and 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
His height is 1.65m (5 ft, 4 in).
He is also known as Christian Atsu Twasam.
On 6 February 2023, Atsu went missing in the immediate aftermath of the 2023 Turkey–Syria earthquake; he was feared to be among those trapped under the rubble of Hatayspor's headquarters in Antakya following the quake. Atsu had been scheduled to fly out of southern Turkey hours before the quake, but Hatayspor's manager said he stayed with the club after scoring the winning goal in a 5 February match. On 7 February, club vice-president Mustafa Özat said Atsu had been rescued and was recovering in hospital, while on 8 February manager Volkan Demirel said that Atsu and sporting director Taner Savut were still missing. On 14 February, Atsu's agent confirmed two pairs of his shoes had been found, but that Atsu himself had still not been found. On 18 February, confirmation was received by his agent that his body was recovered from the rubble of the building he was residing in. News outlets reported his death at approximately 6 a.m. GMT.
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