Former Manchester United and Aston Villa goalkeeper Mark Bosnich has plead guilty to a charge of reckless driving that left a cyclist injured a year ago, the Daily Mirror reports.
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The ex-Australian international is now working as a football pundit in his native land after a successful career in the Premier League.
However, last year he was charged with knocking a cyclist from their bike with his BMW in Sydney.
Police informed the court that the 43-year-old had turned his steering wheel into the direction of the victim after the two had engaged in a dispute about lane changing.
“The collision caused the victim to fall from his bicycle onto the ground,” police said.
The victim had to be taken to hospital after they sustained a number of injuries to their ribs and elbow.
The case will now resume again in court in June, though it is not yet known what kind of penalty he may face.