The good will gestures from the world of football just keep coming this Christmas Eve.
This time it’s the turn of AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca.
The 29-year-old forward has been back in his native Colombia for the festive season – and he returned bearing gifts.
In keeping with the charitable spirit around this time of year, the former Sevilla hitman has supplied around 2,000 young children with school kits in the town of Puerto Colombia.
This short video of Bacca handing out the supplies and meeting the kids was uploaded to Twitter today.
— Milan Stuff (@TheMilanBible) December 24, 2015
An extremely generous act from the Milan star, I’m sure we’ll all agree.
The Italian giants have been toiling again slightly this season and currently occupy sixth spot in the Serie A table, eight points off of leaders and city rivals Inter Milan.
Bacca will no doubt enjoying his extended winter break back home before his return to action against Bologna on January 6.
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