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Luis Diaz's brother Jesus has played for his Colombian second-division side for the first time since the kidnapping of their parents.
Their mother Cilenis Marulanda was freed from the kidnappers, but the whereabouts of his father, Luis Manuel, remain unknown.
Luis Diaz, 26, has remained in England for 'security reasons', according to reports, but his 19-year-old brother Jesus played for Barranquilla FC in the Colombian second division just 48 hours after his parents were kidnapped.
Jesus Diaz started Barranquilla's 1-0 defeat to Cucuta Deportivo on Monday, with his coach, Nelson Florez, insisting he wanted to play despite the trauma in his family.
Luis Diaz's brother Jesus, 19, played for his Colombian second-division side on Monday
Liverpool star Luis Diaz has remained in England and won't travel home to Colombia
The search for Luis Manuel Diaz continues with authorities monitoring jungle regions near the border with Venezuela
It has since emerged that police have identified two of the four men involved in the kidnapping but are no closer to finding his missing rather.
Diaz did not play any role in the 3-0 win over Forest, which Jurgen Klopp called 'the most difficult circumstance'.
He left the squad and is being looked after by members of Liverpool