Thai boys
Luzhniki Stadium

The world might be a cruel place but every once in a while we are reminded why exactly we are humans.

After 2 weeks of being trapped inside a flooded cave, all the 12 Thai boys and their football coach have been successfully rescued.

In a sensational act of kindness, multiple countries came together to help the Thai Navy Seals in the rescue operations.




And after days of toil, all the Thai boys including their coach have been brought out of the flooded cave.

Unfortunately, though the Thai boys will not be able to visit the World Cup final in Russia.




On Friday, FIFA president Gianni Infantino had invited all the 12 boys to the final at the expense of FIFA. But now it has been revealed that the boys will not be able to attend the extravaganza.

Two of the Thai boys have suspected lung infections and might require some time to be totally fit.




All the other boys seem to be in good shape but they are still being quarantined because of the risk of infection and reports suggest that the Thai boys might have to be in the hospital more almost a week for further tests.



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