- Napoli ace Kvicha Kvaratskhelia is understood to have lost his car from the parking yard while he was asleep
- However, the 21-year-old was fortunate enough to find it within hours of losing it as the police tracked it down
- The unfortunate incident came at a time the Georgian star is enjoying a hot start to life with Napoli since his arrival in the summer
Napoli forward Kvicha Kvaratskhelia can finally breathe a sigh of relief after finally getting back his stolen car.
Kvaratskhelia's vehicle is understood to have gone missing late last week from a parking lot near his home.
According to Football Italia, the car had been stolen from outside his home in the Pozzuoli area, with the keys reportedly taken from inside his house when he was still sleeping.
However, fresh reports indicate that the Napoli winger has since got back the Mini Countryman hours after it went missing.
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The vehicle is said to have been tracked down by the police and brought back to the Georgian international.
Football Italia claims that the car had already left the city of Naples as it was found in Trentola Ducenta, in the province of Caserta.
Kvicha Kvaratskhelia in hot form
Meanwhile, Kvicha Kvaratskhelia has enjoyed a hot start to life since he joined Napoli in the summer from Dinamo Batumi in a €10 million deal.
The Georgian, who previously plied his trade with Russian side Rubin, penned a five-year transfer deal with Napoli.
The 21-year-old sensation has scored eight goals and bagged 10 assists in 17 appearances across competitions.
His hot start has helped The Partenopei top the Serie A table and book a spot in the Champions League Round of 16.
Osimhen makes Serie A history
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Napoli striker Victor Osimhen produced a phenomenal performance for Napoli against Atalanta in the Serie A on Saturday, 5th November, in Bergamo.
The Nigerian international scored a goal and provided the assist for what became Napoli's game-winning goal.
With his goal against Atalanta, the 23-year-old became the highest-scoring Nigerian in the Serie A with 32 goals in 60 matches.