The Wild Boar soccer team on Thursday returned to the front of the cave in Chiang Rai to pay respect to the people who helped them on the fourth anniversary of their rescue operation.
The young footballers made alms to the monks and paid their respects to their rescuers and to Saman Kunan, the former Navy Seal who drowned while trying to get them out.
In 2018, the 12 young football players and their coach went inside Tham Luang after their practice. Shortly afterwards, bicycles and their belongings were found left at the entrance.
This led to a huge search and rescue operation that drew worldwide attention.
The cave became flooded due to heavy downfall. This forced the boys to go deep inside the cave where they were trapped for 17 days.
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