While World Cup fever has been going on all around us, there’s one soccer team we’ve all been rooting for — the 12 boys and their coach who were trapped in a cave in Thailand for more than two weeks. Over the last several days, experts and rescue teams have been working together to get the boys out in small groups, but yesterday, the last remaining boys and their coach were officially rescued, leading to celebrations and even congratulatory remarks from President Donald Trump. The Thai Navy SEALs are the true heroes in all of this, but the award for a close second goes to their coach, Ekkapol Ake Chantawong, who reportedly went days without food to give his rations to the young boys. There’s was a lot of selflessness going on, and we’re all about it. Party on, Thailand; with all the sadness going on the world, we’re glad to have something to smile about.
By: The Point Staff
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