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Switzerland's team bus crashed into the back of police car on the way to their World Cup clash against Brazil in Qatar at Stadium 974 – but thankfully it was at a low speed with nobody injured.
The bus driver looked to lose control while joining a queue of traffic – they then collided with the leading car with the vehicle behind then hitting the bus as a result.
The Group G clash was scheduled to get underway at 4pm UK time on Monday afternoon, with no delay to kick-off despite the worrying incident during their journey to the stadium.
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Switzerland players including Xherdan Shaqiri warmed up without worry on the pitch before the clash, looking to build on their win over Cameroon with Brazil also winning their opener against Serbia.
Switzerland made one change to their starting line-up for the contest, with Shaqiri dropping out for Fabian Rieder.
Brazil were also without their star man in the form of Neymar, who was ruled out for the remainder of the group stages following a blow to his ankle in the opener.
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