DIOGO JOTA sent a classy message in support of team-mate Luis Diaz by holding up his shirt after scoring against Nottingham Forest.
Diaz's parents were taken hostage on Saturday near their home in Barrancas, Colombia.
Both have since been rescued in what has been a horrible time for Diaz, as claimed by local media.
And he was not forgotten by his team-mates.
Jota, 26, netted the opening goal for the Reds in their 3-0 Premier League win against Nottingham Forest.
In a classy gesture, he held up Diaz's shirt in a show of support.
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The Liverpool star was hailed for his gesture on social media.
One fan posted: "Beautiful gesture from Diogo Jota❤️🇨🇴."
A second wrote: "Absolutely love it ❤️."
A third said: "Not the biggest Jota fan, but class act, gotta love it."
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