Italy and Genoa goalkeeper Federico Marchetti got his luxury, a total £ 300,000 Ferrari really totaling after he delivered it to the car wash.
But 37 years old League The goalkeeper received praise from fans for his calm response to the shocking news, as he said: “Thank God nobody got hurt, that’s the most important,” on social media.
Totally broken, however, was the Marchetti red Ferrari 812 Superfast.
The guards arrange for the super car to be cleaned professionally. But, on his way to return him to the Genoese training complex, a car wash worker lost control, crashed into five parked cars and squeezed the front of the vehicle into an obstacle.
Thankfully, the Ferrari driver at the time escaped unscathed. Although the video that followed, with emergency services clearing debris, showed that the front of the car had completely disappeared.
Genoa goalkeeper Federico Marchetti leaves angrily after a £ 300,000 Ferrari 812 Superfast was crushed by car wash workers during training.
It also hit five cars parked in the crash
The 812 Superfast is the most powerful sports car Ferrari has ever built.
It has a top speed of over 211mph. pic.twitter.com/RgFDhAHLvF
-Lilian Chan (@bestgug) 12 January 2021
Genoa, Marchetti took the Ferrari to wash but the car washer destroyed it
The Rossobl goalkeeper handed over his 812 Superfast worth around 300 thousand euros to the janitor who, however, was never able to bring it back to the Signorini Sports Center pic.twitter.com/uHPAdN0EDD
– Mirco Roncoli: white_circle :: black_circle: (@ MircoRoncoli_7) 12 January 2021
The Ferrari 812 Superfast is one of the most powerful sports cars in the world, capable of going from zero to 60 mph in less than three seconds and reaching a top speed of 211 mph. It comes with a price tag of £ 300,000.
Marchetti, 37, joined Genoa in 2018 after making 194 appearances for the club Lazio, where he was nicknamed ‘Tarzan’.
He also made 11 appearances for Italy and played in the 2010 World Cup after Gianluigi Buffon was sidelined through injury, although Marchetti’s last call-up to the senior team came in 2016.
“Bravo, you are a real man,” said a football fan on Instagram as Marchetti shared the message after the news broke, swallowing the anger he might have felt and thanking God that no one was hurt in the accident.
“What a man,” replied another. “We love you … You are the best.”
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