Bournemouth – you really never know when it comes up to you and the lucky one as experienced boy named Charlie Silverwood 11 years old when he watched his favorite team, Bournemouth.
Charlie along with thousands of other Bournemouth supporters present at Goldsands Stadium on Sunday (21/07/2013) evening hrs to watch his team action against Spanish giants Real Madrid.
For Charlie and other support is certainly a matter of pride that his team is caste residents could Championship duel with a team like Madrid.
Unfortunately the day did not go smoothly for Charlie when in the middle of the first round, a tight ball hurtling towards him and had no time to dodge, Charlie was trying to protect his face with his left hand.
Immediately Charlie also left hand on the wrist and a fractured right however indirectly Charlie went and sought help pertana, but continued to watch the game until the finish.
Investigate a investigate Charlie turns the ball when it is exposed to Cristiano Ronaldo free kick that floated over the bar as he was sitting right behind the goal Bournemouth in the first round.
After the match the players of Madrid and Bournemouth was told about the incident that happened to Charlie. Instantly it was also Ronaldo and his colleagues give a gift to Charlie the form containing the signature jersey all player El Real, while Bournemouth gave the ball which has also been signed by hand.
The two gifts were no doubt make Charlie happy and can momentarily forget the tragedy that happened to him.
“Finding your arm broken in this way was spectacular,” said Charlie as reported by Football Espana.
“I want to say that I prefer this way than falling from a tree as my father had ever experienced,” he continued.
“You never think it can happen. If I do not lift my left hand, and let the ball hit my face, I could be missing front teeth,” said he.