Nigerian footballer, David Alaba, who plays for Bayern Munich has made the Christmas season special for many on the streets of Munich.
The footballer disguised as a Father Christmas with his rucksack as he gave precious gifts to random strangers in a way that touches the heart.
According to his public profile, he was born on June 24, 1992. He is a versatile sportsman who plays many roles: as a central midfielder, central defender, right and left winger, among others.
He is also the record holder of Austria’s youngest player to be on the country’s national team, first playing for them when he was just 17 years old.
Alaba has represented his birth country at the UEFA Euro 2016 and has made over 250 appearances for Bayern since he joined the team in 2010.
Before his international stardom, he played for the under 17 and 19 teams before he got a much deserved promotion to the reserve team for the 2009-10 season.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that top Arsenal player, Mesut Ozil, has fed 100,000 homeless people and plans to fund 1000 kids’ operations through his charity work. Ozil’s act of charity was heavily influenced by his mum and what she told him in a letter.
The letter which has since been framed and hung on the star player’s wall without mincing words told him to always share his wealth with people in need.
That explained why he has always been about helping those in great need. Shortly after his marriage with former Miss Turkey, Amine Gukse, the footballer promised to bankroll operation costs of 1,000 children across the globe.
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