Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has continued his charitable deeds in his home country of Colombia by delivering bags of food to those in need.

The striker raised food for the needy via a charity match with the Alfredo Morelos Foundation where the striker and his friends donned Rangers strips for the game.

Back in his hometown of Cerete, Morelos was videoed delivering the food to people in the Colombian town.

The donation highlights just how important it is to Alfredo to give back to the community which helped him achieve his dreams as a footballer.

Now the main man for Rangers, the striker looks happy, healthy and delighted to help out as he delivers food to local people in the town.

The son of a Colombian fruit vendor, Alfie knows all about the poverty which exists in his own community.

This is a small gesture to help alleviate the pressure of life in the Colombian town and Morelos deserves every credit for the support he gives to local people.

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos regularly makes charitable donations in his home country through the Alfredo Morelos Foundation. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, back in Scotland, the striker continues to be the subject of dramatic witch hunts and defamatory comments about his character from rival supporters.

The Rangers striker’s charitable side deserves a greater spotlight and things such as this highlight the true character of the 23-year-old striker.

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