The internet is going wild after reports of Darko Kovacevic, a player for Madrid escaping death reached it. According to the reports, the footballer escaped several gin fires aimed at him, however, in an attempt to escape the scene, he injured himself.
The reports have also confirmed that the athlete was in Greece when this unfortunate event happened, and all eyes are pointed at one person who could have been responsible for the hit and fail, and that is Raul Bravo.
A Greek Newspaper, Ta Nea reported that Serbia’s Telegraph is saying that Bravo was behind the attempted murder and the police are already looking into it.
When the accusations came out, fans were waiting to hear what the ex-Madrid defender would say. On Monday, during an interview with Goal.com, a Spanish radio station, Bravo denied all allegations saying that he would never think of harming another human’s life in that way.
Bravo also went on to slam the magazine that accused him, saying that they are only looking for how to make sales and they are soiling his name to do so.
One of the main reasons why anyone would point fingers at Bravo for being the culprit behind the attempted murder is because everyone believes that the duo does not have a good relationship on and offline. However, in his defense, Bravo mentioned that he and Kovacevic had a great relationship and he would never think of harming him.
He also explained in another interview that after he heard about the incident, he talked to Kovacevic about it. In other words, the former Mardrid player is convinced that people are trying to drag him through the mud.
The police are still investigating the shooting, and so far, their investigations have not brought them any closer to Bravo.
Raul Bravo Sanfelix was born in Gandia, Spain on April 14, 1981. He was a former professional footballer as a left-back and sometimes, he was placed in the center. The athlete competed in almost all the youth ranks located in Madrid where he had a six-year spell. For a long time, Bravo played as a substitute, but as time went on, he built his profile.
In 2004, Bravo competed for Spain and came out in flying colors. Although Bravo faced challenges during his career, the footballer always found a way for a comeback. In July 2007, Bravo landed a deal with Olympiacos F.C and he was given a transfer fee of €1.3 million. He suffered several injuries along the way, but finally, he made his way back to Spain in 2009.
The athlete has won several accolades in his career and he is a role model for several upcoming footballers around the world.