Liverpool tweet support for missing flight MH370 crewman's daughter

The Reds sent their message of support after Maira Elizabeth Nari, daughter of the missing flight's head steward, had tweeted a poignant message of her father's love for the club
The daughter of missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370's chief steward, Andrew Nari, received words of support over Twitter from Liverpool following the club's 3-0 win over Manchester United on Sunday night.

Maira Elizabeth Nari, tweeted her father's love for the Merseyside club during the match, stating that he had never missed a Liverpool game before.

The official Liverpool Twitter account replied to the tweet the following day, telling her to 'be strong', and that the club had her father in their thoughts along with the rest of the missing individuals from the flight:

Liverpool's official website has since published the news, and the club have asked fans to send their well wishes to Maira via their official Facebook page as well.

The original tweet and Liverpool's response have received a flurry of support, registering several thousand retweets and favourites, along with more messages of support from fans around the world.

Andrew Nari, is among the 239 people on board the plane that went missing on March 8, while en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur. The search for the airline is still underway.