- Jack Grealish has damaged his Range Rover
- The Aston Villa captain collided with two other cars
- Grealish was said to have gone to a party in a friend's house
Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish has damaged his £80,000 Range Rover hours after speaking to football lovers and people all over the world to stay at home over the threat of coronavirus.
The Englishman was reported to have gone for a party in a friend's house and was returning home at 4am on Sunday morning before the incident happened.
According to the report on UK Sun, the attacking midfielder was confused after the alleged crash and had to rush out of the car.
Jack Grealish was spotted arguing with onlookers who were accusing him to have lost control on the wheel because of where he was coming from.
His Range Rover collided with a Benz and also iron railings in front of an estate agency near Solihull, West Midlands.
But there was no report of arrest or questioning by the police after the incident which damaged the car of the Premier League star.
Grealish and his teammates at Aston Villa have not been impressive this season in the Premier League as they are currently battling to avoid relegation.
But they have some ease now since the Premier League have been suspended due to the issues of coronavirus which has been killing people everywhere in the world.
There have also been calls that the current season in the Premier League should be abandoned because of the deadly coronavirus.
Liverpool will be the biggest losers if the season is cancelled based on how they have been topping the League standings since the first day.
And should the Premier League chiefs agree to do that, then it will be a big blow for Jurgen Klopp and his wards at Liverpool who have been waiting to win the title for the past 30 years.
Coronavirus crisis has been a serious issue which has been affecting all humans on earth in one way or the other as many businesses have gone down.
Rio Ferdinand stated that his opinion about the Premier League season being cancelled has nothing to do with his rivalry with Liverpool when he was playing for Man United.
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