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Chelsea striker Álvaro Morata is now the latest footballer to auction off a signed shirt in aid of the victims of the earthquake which devastated parts of Mexico last month.

Morata accepted a ‘challenge’ from Sevilla’s Pablo Sarabia to donate a signed Chelsea shirt to the cause.

A number of players have pledged their support to the ‘Futbol con Mexico’ (Football for Mexico) appeal, such as Club America’s William da Silva, Cruz Azul’s Gabriel Penalba, Chivas’ Jesus Sanchez and Mexico women’s national team forward Charlyn Corral, and the Chelsea striker has challenged Real Madrid stars Isco, Marco Asensio and Kiko Casilla to follow suit.

The earthquake which happened last month claimed over 360 lives and left many more Mexican people homeless.

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@pablosarabia92 ya esta de camino la camiseta para @futbolconmexico espero poder ayudar y a ver si @iscoalarcon @marcoasensio10 y @kikocasilla se animan también! ⚽️✌️❤️

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