RANGERS ace Alfredo Morelos has delivered hundreds of food packages to those less-fortunate in his Colombian hometown.

The Ibrox star, 23, was pictured with his pregnant wife Yesenia in different areas of Cereté in the north of the country, distributing food to people during the coronavirus crisis.

He was doing work on behalf of his Alfredo Morelos Foundation, and comes after a fundraising match on December 30.

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A statement on his foundation website reads: "Low-income families reside in these sectors, so they were chosen to distribute non-perishable food.

"With a smile on their faces and hugs, people thanked Alfredo and the Foundation."

It comes after his agent, Michael Gorman, revealed last week that Morelos pledged thousands to help low-income families during the coronavirus crisis.

He wrote on Twitter: "Client Alfredo Morelos has pledged £75,000 to help underprivileged families in Colombia during the pandemic.

"Alfredo has donated over £300,000 to his Foundation and other charitable groups in the past year".

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