Former Arsenal legendary goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has landed himself in a place he did not expect after he crashed his multi-million Porsche.
The Arsenal legend has an history of being arrested after violating the law in previous years.
Jens Lehmann’s Porsche came out of a women’s fashion store in Munich, Germany.
However, it was reported that it was a minor incident that happened, involving a Porsche car and its driver.
The photo taken at the scene of the incident showed Lehmann moving closer to the two police officers as they took down details of the incident that occurred.
The police began their investigation by inspecting the vehicle with a measuring stick.
The car crash came after a court hearing on over-speeding involving the legendary goalkeeper was postponed in December as he was present in Qatar to watch and support Germany in the World Cup.
The 53-year-old German will now answer another query from the court after a charge was filed against him for doing 69 mph in a 31 mph zone.
In 2022, the goalkeeper was accused of destroying his neighbor’s garage with a chainsaw because it blocked the German view of Lake Starnberg.
Lehmann was also fined for abiding an escape from an accident for making a phone call while driving.
This same 2022, the German was subjected to 35 pounds parking space but he failed to turn up.
Crimes like that are being taken serious by the German authorities, and when he next
appears in court, they are likely to pass a befitting judgement on him.
He started his career at Schalke 04, where he made 274 appearances and scored two goals during his stay at the club. In 1997, the goalkeeper won the UEFA Cup with the German side.
He continued with a move to AC Milan, but his performance was below average. He was dropped by the manager and was there when the team won the Serie A title.
He went back to Germany to join Borussia Dortmund, where he made 129 appearances with zero goals.
Lehmann won the Bundesliga title in 2001. However, the goalkeeper had a bad
reputation before leaving the club.
Lehmann was the most red-carded player in the history of Borussia Dortmund.
The German goalkeeper, Jens Lehmann was one of the best to ever play for Arsenal football club, he joined the North London side in 2003 and made 19 9 appearances.
He won the Premier League with the Arsenal Invincibles, and the goalkeeper also won the Community Shield with the London side in 2004.
Lehmann made 66 appearances for his country before retiring from international football after consulting with then-Germany manager Joachim Low and goalkeeping coach.
He currently works with Hertha BSC as part of their board.
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