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Real Madrid's bus was in a road accident, this is how much the damages is worth

By Emmanuel Mendez

Real Madrid's bus was in a road accident, this is how much the damages is worth

Real Madrid have arrived in Germany for their Champions League game against RB Leipzig.

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The UEFA Champions League is back this week, and the first few fixtures include Real Madrid and RB Leipzig. The first leg of the Champions League round of 16 between the two sides will be played in RB Leipzig's Red Bull Arena in Germany. When the team arrived in Germany, there was a bump on the road to tomorrow's game.

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According to German publication Bild, Real Madrid's bus was involved in an accident in Germany. No significant damage was reported. Marca reports that due to the strike at Leipzig airport, Real Madrid had to reschedule their trip to comply with the schedule for the game. Instead of taking a direct flight to Leipzig, Real Madrid landed today in Erfurt. From there, they took a bus journey of more than 160 kilometers.

German sources reported that the incident involved "an amateur who was recording the bus from his car, lost the steering wheel control, and it bounced off the bus. On the A4 highway, a white Toyota touched the Real Madrid bus. The driver of the car touched the bus while changing lanes and broke the exterior mirror. The Toyota Avensis suffered damage worth about €3,000. The extent of the damage suffered by the Real Madrid bus is not yet clear.”

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Carlo Ancelotti speaks ahead of the RB Leipzig game tomorrow

Carlo Ancelotti spoke in a press conference before tomorrow's Champions League game against RB Leipzig. Ancelotti said, "We arrive here in Germany in a great run of form and a very motivated group of players. Leipzig are a quality team who play with high tempo. We need to play a complete game. The Champions League is back, and it is the most important competition in the world, and we are the most successful club in the history of European football."


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