Well, this cart managed to do the complete opposite of what it was supposed to do…
Instead of helping an injured player in Brazil, it, um, injured a player.
In a preseason game between Brazilian clubs Trindade Go and Flamengo, a player from Trindade, Bernardo, went down injured after 20 minutes and the treatment cart sped onto the pitch to help him out.
The only problem was, as Bernardo already laid on the pitch in some agony the cart then ran over his ankle and gave him a new injury. Some of the medical staff smirked and the commentators laughed, but the player was clearly in discomfort.
Take a look at the video below to see what happened, as the Bernado managed to shake off having his foot run over and carry on playing as his team won 1-0.
MADRID (AP) Cristiano Ronaldo has pleaded guilty to tax fraud and received a two-year suspended sentence.
The Juventus forward, who was facing charges stemming from his days at Real Madrid, was in court for about 45 minutes and signed an agreement which will cost him nearly 19 million euros ($21.6 million) in fines.
Ronaldo arrived at court in a black van and was wearing a black sports coat and black pants. He walked up some stairs leading to the court house and even stopped to sign an autograph.
Ronaldo made the deal to plead guilty with Spain’s state prosecutor and tax authorities last year.
In Spain, a judge can suspend sentences for two years or less for first-time offenders.
In 2017, a state prosecutor accused Ronaldo of four counts of tax fraud from 2011-14 worth 14.7 million euros ($16.7 million). Ronaldo was accused of having used shell companies outside Spain to hide income made from image rights.
“We are very concerned by the latest news that a light aircraft lost contact over the Channel last night. We are awaiting confirmation before we can say anything further. We are very concerned for the safety of Emiliano Sala.”
Sala signed a three-and-a-half year deal with Cardiff just three days ago on what was announced a club record purchase from Nantes in Ligue 1.
The Argentine forward, 28, has scored 12 goals in each of his last three seasons at Nantes, the latest dozen coming in 16 matches before his sale to Cardiff.
“He absolutely wanted to say goodbye to his friends, which is normal,” said Kita. “This is a nice boy, polite and loved by everyone, he is very respectful and courteous, I think of his family, and I hope he is somewhere. I am still hoping that it is not finished.”