Mario Balotelli treks home after surviving car crash on New Year day

01/03/2020

Posted by: Oluwaseun Solomon

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Ex-Manchester City striker, Mario Balotelli had to trek home on New Year day after surviving a crash that damaged the front axle of his car. Read more here!

Popular soccer superstar and former striker for Manchester City, Mario Balotelli luckily survived an auto crash just at the very turn of the New year 2020 and had to reach his home on foot.

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Mario Balotelli is one of the most popular and best footballers of the decade

Reports claim that this accident occurred when the young soccer player was returning from his own New Year merriments which he celebrated by clubbing. The 29 years old Balotelli was reportedly sitting at the passenger side of a Fiat 500 Abarth car that crashed directly into a bakery’s gate in Northern Brescia in Italy.

Mario Balotelli and his driver both survived the car crash with no serious injury but the skillful strike reportedly had to make his way home on foot that night. However, the Fiat 500 Abarth car suffered from the crash as it reportedly ended up with a broken front axle and body damage.

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Mario Balotelli survived the New Year car crash in a small Fiat 500 Abarth car at 5 am

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Oluwaseun Solomon is a prolific and diligent automobile writer at Naijauto.com. He's also an experienced digital marketer and a creative multimedia developer that specializes in video editing. He currently contributes informative and easy to read articles on topics covering transportation, traffic updates, auto industry updates, and different car reviews.
When Solomon is not writing, you will either find him composing music, editing videos or simply enjoying YouTube "TEDx Talk" videos with a chilled drink :)

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