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Ex-Chelsea star Marcin Bulka wrecks £200k Lamborghini in horror crash while PSG goalkeeper is in lockdown in Poland

FORMER Chelsea goalkeeper Marcin Bulka wrecked his £200,000 Lamborghini in a horror crash during lockdown in Poland.

Fortunately the stopper, 20, escaped unhurt and was released from hospital following a check over after the dramatic smash.

It is understood the Polish youngster was driving the rented yellow Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder near his home in Wyszogrod, Warsaw at around midnight on Wednesday night.

But when he attempted an overtake, he is thought to have collided head-on into an oncoming car.

Pictures circulated on social media showed the luxurious Lambo on the grass verge beside the road with its airbags activated.

Later images revealed the supercar's extensive damage and then it being towed away on the back of a pick-up truck.

WP Sportowe Fatky add that the driver and passenger from the other vehicle also went to hospital but were given the all clear.

The report also adds it is unclear how much the incident will cost Bulka as it depends on the insurance cover he had on the hired car.

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But the incident unsurprisingly caught the attention of the head of the Polish FA, who hit out at the Under-20 international stopper who has warmed the bench in his first season at Paris Saint-Germain this year.

Zbigniew Boniek tweeted pictures from the crash site and wrote: "The question is what will he drive when he starts playing?"

Bulka signed for Chelsea from FCB Escola Varsovia in 2016.

But despite being a regular in the youth teams and even featuring in Maurizio Sarri's pre-season in 2018, he never forced his way into the senior side.

And it meant he joined PSG for free on a three-year contract last summer.

However, he has made just one first-team appearance this season.

Ex-Real Madrid star Keylor Navas is the undisputed No1 while Sergio Rico, on loan from Valencia, made eight appearances before the French season was terminated early due to coronavirus.

Thomas Tuchel's side were crowned champions with a record of 2.52 points per game from their 27 matches, well clear of Marseille in second.

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