Premier League club Manchester City has been filming an awareness video to save water in order to save the world. But the filming was impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.
The video has been made in collaboration with Manchester City’s official water technology partner, Xylem. The video has been finally released on Tuesday.
Manchester City wrote: “What the pandemic has shown us is how fragile our world really is. So now more than ever, let’s protect our future by taking simple steps to use water more sustainably.”
In the video, City shows that in the year 2045, we face severe drought and football stadiums among many other things are about to close. They are about to play their last football match in their Ethiad stadium as football is about to end.
Interestingly, the video shows Phil Foden as the manager of Manchester City in 2045. Sergio Aguero also holds a special place in the hearts of the fans, which is clearly depicted in the video.
The last line of the video says: “By 2045, we are predicted to face severe drought, but if we act now, we can save our future and the game we love”.
Manchester City has done a great job in spreading awareness to save water in order to prevent drought. Let’s come together and save our future!
Find out how you can be a Water Hero at Manchester City’s official website.
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