Abramovich fulfills the World Cup dreams of 30 sick kids

World Cup 2018 By: Iseghohi Odianosen | 19/06/2018

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has fulfilled the World Cup dreams of 30 sick kids, according to a report in CNN.

The Russian billionaire took the kids to the 2018 World Cup in Russia and helped them achieve their dreams of being in the World Cup.

CNN’s James Masters has reported the following story on Chelsea’s Abramovich:

The Russian has donated a hefty six-figure sum to the Israel-based “Fulfilling Dreams” charity, which takes children with serious illnesses to major football tournaments across the world.

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The group of 68, which includes 38 carers, will take in three World Cup games during their stay in Russia.

The Chelsea Football Club owner was first made aware of the charity by his friend and former Chelsea manager Avram Grant. 

The group of kids saw the match between Mexico and Germany on Sunday as the El Tri defeated Germany 1-0.

They’ll also be at the venue for the match between Poland and Senegal. The last game is Portugal vs Morocco on Wednesday.