The coach of the Switzerland team crashed into the back of a police car before their World Cup clash against Brazil.
The Swiss take on the pre-tournament favourites, live on talkSPORT, with a chance to book their place in the round of 16 of the tournament.
They are the second favorites in the clash at Stadium 974, so a ‘Park the Bus’ tactic could be employed against Tite’s team.
But if they do employ it, hopefully they’ll execute the plan more effectively than the bus driver did on the way to the ground.
A clip came up of the bus driving down the highway with two police cars in front of them.
The police cars then slowed down as they waited for some traffic to move, however the driver of the Swiss coach failed to stop in time and crashed into the rear of the police car directly in front of him.
Fortunately, the collision was minor and there are no reports of anyone being injured in the incident.
As mentioned, a win will see Switzerland book their place in the round of 16 with Cameroon and Serbia down just one point each with one game to play.
A draw would also put Murat Yakin’s side in an excellent position to reach the knockout stage, as it would put them three points ahead of Serbia, whom they will play in their final group game on Friday.
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