Zinedine Zidane sent medical equipment to his Motherland

Zinedine Zidane sent medical equipment to his Motherland

Former French soccer player Zinedine Zidane has delivered medical equipment to Algeria to join with his family in the battle against coronavirus. The trainer sent Spanish club Real Madrid into a hospital at Bejaia state, Algeria, through his charity.

Needed kits, ventilators, monitors and other medical equipment are shipped there by the bureau. The charity is possessed by Zidan along with his dad. Zidane’s family lived there for many decades.

After spending a few years he returned to France. Zidane began playing France’s youth group for the very first time. He also received a call from the federal team in 1994.