Paul Pogba, who turned 27 on Sunday, has set up a fundraiser to help battle the global pandemic known as coronavirus. He has pledged financial support to Unicef to help children affected by coronavirus. "The impact of a large-scale outbreak, especially on poor and vulnerable children, can be immense," Pogba wrote. "It's my birthday and I'm always grateful that me, my family and friends are healthy. Nonetheless, not everybody is in good health right now. At times like this we need to come together."
Manchester United midfielder is willing to double the fund if his goal of £27,000 is reached. The money will be used to provide disposable gloves, surgical masks and vented goggles for health workers. On his 26th birthday, Pogba raised £7,360 for clean water organisation Charity Water.