A GoFundMe page setup by an Irish Liverpool supporters group has remarkably raised over €30,000 in funds in less than 24 hours.
The page has been setup to provide funding to the Sean Cox after he was left with serious head injuries following a brutal assault outside Anfield on Tuesday night.
Mr Cox 53 who is currently in critical condition in Walton Neurological Centre on Merseyside, was left with the serious injuries after he was brutally attacked by two men with a belt just moments before Liverpool took on Roma in their Champions League semi final.
The Meath native who flew over to watch the match was left with the horrific injuries after the two men, Filippo Lombardi, 20, and Daniele Sciusco,29, who have some been charged, attacked him outside the stadium.
In a show of support for Mr Cox, fans from Ireland and all over the world have donated what they could in order to help Mr Cox and his family.
It is expected that the GoFundMe page will receive further donations over the next few days as fans from not only Liverpool FC but other clubs around the world have pledged their support to Mr Cox who currently remains in critical condition in hospital.