Thomas Müller’s Home Broken Into While the German International Played for Bayern Munich Against Barcelona

Thomas Müller’s Home Broken Into While the German International Played for Bayern Munich Against Barcelona

  • Thomas Müller celebrated his 33rd birthday with a win in the UEFA Champions League against Barcelona
  • Football players are becoming easy targets for criminals who know when the stars are playing and when they aren't
  • Bayern Munich beat Barcelona 2-0 in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League at the Allianz Arena

Thomas Müller had a bittersweet 33rd birthday.

The German forward was a part of the Bayern Munich side that beat Barcelona 2-0 in the UEFA Champions League but also returned home to find that his house was broken into.

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Thomas Müller has become the latest footballer targeted by criminals, as his home was broken into while he was playing for Bayern Munich against Barcelona. Image: Alexander Hassenstein
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As reported by the Daily Mail, cash, jewellery, and other valuables were stolen from Müller’s home while he was still playing at the Allianz Arena. Investigations are ongoing at that moment, and no suspects have been traced. The Oberbayern Sud police confirmed the news, adding that the value of items stolen were in the mid-six-figure range.

“Despite massive police searches, there is no trace of the burglars. The Miesbach detective is investigating,” the police said.

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Müller is the latest in a string of footballers to be targeted by criminals. Recently, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and his family were robbed in his home in Spain while he was still a Barcelona player. The Chelsea star was also assaulted and even suffered injuries to his jaw due to the home invasion.

Marca also noted that thieves also tried to break into the home of Real Madrid’s Dani Carvajal at the beginning of September. Carvajal said that he believed footballers were easy targets for criminals because the suspects always knew when they would be away playing matches.

Sadio Mane offers Bayern Munich teammate Thomas Muller candid advice on Robert Lewandowski ahead of UCL clash

Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller is looking forward to reuniting with former teammate Robert Lewandowski when the Poland striker returns to the Allianz Arena with Barcelona.

Bayern Munich will host the La Liga giants on Tuesday, September 13, on matchday 2 of the UEFA Champions League, and Lewandowski will be facing his former team in the encounter.

According to Sportskeeda, Muller has now revealed that Sadio Mane, who joined the Bavarians from Liverpool this summer, has jokingly advised him not to pass to Lewandowski during the game.

Source: SportsBrief.com