- Marcin Bulka survives ghastly car accident
- The 20-year-old goalkeeper crashed a £200,000 worth yellow Lamborghini in Poland
- Reports claim he was trying to overtake before colliding with an oncoming vehicle
Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Marcin Bulka was lucky to have survived a ghastly auto-crash near his hometown of Wyszogród in Warsaw, Poland.
The 20-year-old was involved in a terrible accident with his £200,000 worth yellow Lamborghini car was badly damaged.
He returned to his home country after the French League was suspended in a bid to observe the lockdown caused by coronavirus pandemic.
Daily Mail reports that the former Chelsea goaltender rented the exotic Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder and while he was trying to overtake manoeuvre, he collided into an oncoming car.
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After the accident, Bulka and the passenger were rushed to the hospital for scrutiny before being allowed to return home according to WP Sportowe Fakty.
Pictures taken from the scene of the accident showed the machine being towed away around midnight near his home.
The Polish Football Association while reacting to the incident said: "The question is what will he drive when he starts playing?"
The 20-year-old joined Ligue 1 champions in 2019 after three seasons of little or no action in England with Chelsea.
He moved to Stamford Bridge as a youth player from FCB Escola Varsovia but never got a chance with the first team.
The goalkeeper has made one first-team appearance for PSG in Ligue 1 and is under contract until June 2021.
Legit.ng earlier reported that French lower division club AS Furiani-Agliani have confirmed the death of former Paris-Saint-Germain starlet Jordan Diakiese who died on Thursday, May 21, in Paris.
This tragic news will come as a huge one for all lovers and followers of football considering how promising the deceased was before he died.
His ambition was to play at the zenith of his career not knowing that death will not allow him to realize the dream he had of playing in the Premier League.
According to the information made by the club he was playing for until his death, they described Jordan as a player who loved to make people around him smiles.
But the actual cause of his death was not revealed with other reports speculating probably he might have died from coronavirus.
Football fans have however taken to social media to express their sadness over the untimely death of Jordan who wanted to revive his football career in the lower division.
Paris-Saint-Germain also posted his photo saying that they would never forget him in as much as the club continue to exist.
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