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After leaving the pitch covered in blood following a UCL game Rudiger writes What doesn't kill you makes you stronger
After leaving the pitch covered in blood following a UCL game Rudiger writes What doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

Antonio Rudiger a star player for Real Madrid provided an update after risking his life against Shakhtar Donetsk to help his team earn a 1-1 draw in a UEFA Champions League UCL game at the Polish Army Stadium in Warsaw.

When the German international scored Madrid's improbable equalizer in Warsaw he sustained a terrible facial injury.

Early in the second half Oleksandr Zubkov gave Shakhtar the lead, but the Real Madrid defender sealed their passage out of the group stages with a spectacular late header after being found by Toni Kroos with an inch-perfect cross from deep.

After leaving the pitch covered in blood following a UCL game, Rudiger writes What doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

After colliding with goalie Anatoliy Trubin Rudiger who transferred from Chelsea to Real Madrid in the summer, had one of the worst injuries this year. He struggled to stand up because of the blood on his face and fell back to the ground shortly after.

Rudiger assured followers he was fine by posting a picture of himself covered in blood on Instagram following the accident at the UCL game.

He composed.

What doesn't kill you strengthens you. Thank you for all of your texts; I'm fine

After leaving the pitch covered in blood following a UCL game, Rudiger writes, "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger."

He also posted a tale on Instagram with the words

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