& # 39; Pray for France & # 39 ;: Neymar and PSG teammate Kylian Mbappe join Paul Pogba in expressing their grief after Notre Dame Cathedral is on fire and partially destroyed in the Paris fire
- A horrible inferno in Notre Dame Cathedral stripped of the 850-year-old landmark
- Images of the powerful glow were spread around the world on Monday evening
- Football players Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Paul Pogba responded via social media
Some of the leading stars of world football have used social media to express their grief and sorrow after seeing the horrible hell in Notre Dame Cathedral.
The roof of the 850-year-old building collapsed on Monday evening after the firefight, causing Paris to mourn.
PSG forward Neymar placed a drawing of the fictional character Quasimodo, the whistleblower of Notre Dame, crying next to the words: & # 39; Pray for France & # 39 ;.
And Neymar & # 39; s clubmate Kylian Mbappe uploaded a photo of the burning building to Instagram and subtitled it with a crying emoji next to the French flag.
Kylian Mbappe uploaded a photo of the gruesome fire that pulled out the Notre Dame cathedral
Neymar responded to news from the inferno by crying a drawn image of Quasimodo
The former English captain David Beckham, who played for PSG in 2013, responded to the Mbappe post with three praying emoji & # 39; s.
Arsenal & # 39; s French striker Alexandre Lacazette uploaded the same photo, while Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba shared an image of the cathedral that stood tall and proud before the fire.
Pogba confirmed a broken heart emoji plus a cartoon photo of herself crying.
The ex-English striker Gary Lineker wrote: & # 39; This is so terribly sad. History literally burns before our eyes. & # 39;
A teared Paul Pogba shared an image of the cathedral that stood tall and proud before the fire
Midfielder Pogba was preparing for the Manchester United match at the Nou Camp in Barcelona
Chelsea icon Didier Drogba added: & # 39; Sad for the Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris & # 39 ;.
French President Emmanuel Macron vowed to rebuild Notre Dame with the help of the international community.
Monday evening, just a few hours after the roof of the iconic building collapsed, Macron told the assembled press that a national fundraising campaign to restore Notre Dame would be launched Tuesday and he called on the world's greatest talents to help .
The French leader wrote the & # 39; courage & # 39; and & # 39; great professionalism & # 39; of firefighters with sparse Notre Dame & # 39; s facade and two monumental towers of destruction.