Claudio Bravo also makes ridiculous mistakes on FIFA

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Claudio Bravo hasn’t covered himself in glory since arriving at Manchester City from Barcelona at the end of the summer transfer window.

The Chile international was at fault for Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s goal on his City debut against Manchester United - but his blunder against his former club, Barcelona, in the Champions League on Wednesday night was as ridiculous as it was inexcusable.

Bravo came rushing out of goal and, instead of clearing the ball or finding a teammate, he passed the ball straight to Luis Suarez. Bad move.

Suarez attempted to chip Bravo, who handled the ball outside of his box, earning himself a straight red card in the process.

A nightmare return to the Camp Nou for the 33-year-old.

It turns out that Bravo is also prone to making the odd gaffe on FIFA, too.

Dream Team FC have found some brilliant in-game mistakes from the South American shot-stopper - and you can see them by scrolling down this page.

God knows what happened here. Bravo, who Pep Guardiola signed because of how good he is with his feet, managed to nutmeg himself. Real Madrid’s strikers duly capitalise on the error.

Oh dear. Another nutmeg. But at least he didn’t nutmeg himself this time.



No wonder Luis Enrique opted for Marc-Andre ter Stegen instead.

Bravo will prove his doubters wrong

Jokes aside, Bravo is a top goalkeeper who is just going through a difficult spell at the moment.

Guardiola still has the utmost faith in the experienced ‘keeper and for anyone who watched him play regularly at Real Sociedad and Barcelona will understand why.

Is Claudio Bravo rubbish - or just suffering from a crisis of confidence? Have your say by leaving a comment below.

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