Sofía Álvarez, a Mexican soccer player with a past in Valencia and who had just signed for Besiktas in Turkey, was reported safe and sound after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake on the Richter scale that so far has left more than 2,300 dead in the regions it shook.
The central defender, who is currently 22 years old, began her professional career with Pachuca and, later, with Gallos Blancos; Shortly after she made the leap to Europe, where she was part of Valencia and a few days ago she became the first Mexican player to go to football in Turkey, where she experienced firsthand the earthquake last Monday.
Fortunately, the soccer player reported well after the shock that collapsed more than 2,000 buildings, since she posted a message on social networks to reassure her family and friends who live on the other side of the world.
“Friends and family, everything is fine here. thanks for caring”, he wrote on his official Twitter account.
It is worth remembering that the youth squad of Las Tuzas He just started his adventure at Besiktas, where he barely made his debut last weekend during the match against Hatayspor, and who currently He lives in the Besiktas district of Istanbul, on the border with Bulgaria, 861 kilometers from the epicenter of the earthquake.
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