What happened to Michael Ballack?

What happened to Michael Ballack?

The accident took place just after 2am and firefighters tried to save him but he was declared dead at the scene. Portuguese media reported the teenager had been riding on an uneven piece of land near the Ballack family home, when the bike rolled backwards and fell on top of him.

What team did Michael Ballack play for?

Michael Ballack

Personal information
2002–2006 Bayern Munich 107
2006–2010 Chelsea 105
2010–2012 Bayer Leverkusen 35
Total 456

Is Michael Ballack still playing football?

Michael Ballack announces retirement Cologne – Former Germany captain and four-time Bundesliga champion Michael Ballack has officially called time on his career as a professional footballer at the age of 36. The announcement of his retirement was made by his agent Michael Becker on Tuesday.

Did Ballack win World Cup?

Michael Ballack is unquestionably one of the most successful German footballers of modern times. A former captain of the three time FIFA World Cup™ winners, with whom he won 98 caps, the midfielder also won a host honours at club level with, among others, Kaiserslautern, Bayern Munich and Chelsea.

Did Rik Mayall have an accident on a quad bike?

Quad bike accident On 9 April 1998, Mayall was injured when crashing a quad bike near his home in Devon. Mayall’s daughter Bonnie and her cousin had asked him to take them for a ride on the bike—a Christmas gift from his wife—but he refused because of bad weather approaching, and he went on out alone.

Who is the unluckiest footballer in the world?

A look at the list of Unluckiest footballers of all time

  • A look at the list of Unluckiest footballers of all time.
  • Michael Ballack.
  • Adrian Doherty.
  • Andres Escobar.
  • Abou Diaby.
  • Owen Hargreaves.
  • Djibril Cisse.
  • Jack Wilshere.

What celebrity died on a quad bike?

Emilio Ballack, the teenage son of former Germany and Chelsea footballer Michael Ballack, has died after being crushed by a quad-bike near the family’s holiday home in Portugal.