Eduardo Salvio, Boca Juniors striker, would have hit his wife Magalì Aravena with the car, after she had found him with her lover. Aravena filed a complaint with the Buenos Aires authorities saying she was intentionally run over.
The woman, near the door of her husband's car in the middle of the road, was allegedly shot in the leg. Salvio, after dropping the woman on the asphalt, fled. According to the local authorities: "The staff intervenes to rescue a woman hit by her partner, who runs away.
The woman reports that she has been the wife of Mr. Eduardo Antonio Salvio for 10 years and that both parties have decided to take some time in the relationship. The woman, intending to speak with her partner, goes to the marital home and, when she arrives on the spot, observes the presence of her husband accompanied by another lady inside his private vehicle.
Salvio's skills and career
Able to play both as a winger in a three-man attack and as a winger in midfield, he is gifted with good dribbling and good individual technique. He is skilled in the ball and chain game starting from a distance to get to aim for the area, he also has a quality shot.
He is able to defend the ball very well thanks to his compact physical structure. He is considered one of the best strikers of his year, already compared to Ezequiel Lavezzi, he combines his Cristiano Ronaldo dribbles with the speed and physique of Lionel Messi.
His idol is his compatriot Juan Román Riquelme. He made his debut in the first team on 24 August 2008 in the away match against Boca Juniors, lost 2-1. His first official goals were not long in coming: on 4 October 2008, in his fourth appearance in the league, he scored a brace against Argentinos Juniors, becoming the protagonist of his team's 4-2 victory.
In his first season as a professional he scored 9 goals in 29 games. On 12 January 2010 he moved to Atletico Madrid. On August 18 of the same year he moved to Benfica on loan. On 31 July 2012 he moved to Benfica which already owns 20% of the card.
As for the remaining 80%, the Portuguese company will pay 10 million euros. He has signed a five-year contract with the Portuguese club with a termination clause set at € 60 million. After 166 appearances and 38 goals, in nine years of militancy with the Benfica shirt, on 18 July 2019 he returns to his homeland, moving to Boca Juniors for 7 million euros, with which he signs a three-year contract.