The 28-year-old Liverpool forward, Mohamed Salah, has donated oxygen and an ambulance to his home village in Egypt to help treat people suffering with COVID-19.
Egypt is battling a second wave of infections.
Salah was tested positive for the coronavirus last November.
Head of the Mohamed Salah Charity Foundation, Hassan Bakr, said they have 14 oxygen cylinders inside the foundation, which will help people of the village of Nagrig (Salah’s hometown), as well as those from surrounding it.
Bakr delivers oxygen cylinders directly to patients’ homes.
It is said that Salah maintains deep connections with the village, about 130 kilometres north of Cairo, where he grew up, and donates around £47,000 each year to the Mohamed Salah Charity Foundation.