Thomas Muller’s House Burgled During 2-0 Champions League Win Over Barcelona

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Burglars have reportedly attacked and broke into Thomas Muller’s house during his club’s 2-0 win over La Liga giants Barcelona. The Bayern Munich ace had burglars doomed his double win on Tuesday – a birthday celebration and a crucial Champions League win over Barcelona, as Police issued statements reporting the burglary attack during the match.

Thomas Muller was in action against Barcelona when burglars attacked his house and carted away valuables

Thomas Muller celebrated his 33rd birthday with a crucial Champions League victory over Barcelona, but it was not all rosy for the legendary Bayern Munich forward as burglars reportedly broke into his house in Wettlkam, south of Munich, during the match and stole six digits worth of goods.

According to reports, the attackers broke into Muller and his family’s residence around 10 pm and carted away valuables worth vast sums of money.

The Police, who revealed details of the incident, stated that the attack occurred while Thomas Muller was at the Allianz Arena playing for his club in the Champions League matchday two fixture. Items carted away by the attackers include jewelry, cash, and other valuables.

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At the time of filing this report, the Police confirm that none of the burglars have been arrested as their whereabouts and traces are currently unknown. The Police also confirm that the investigation into the incident is ongoing.

A statement by the Oberbayern Sud police released to German media read: “On Tuesday evening, several unknown perpetrators apparently broke into a family home in the municipality of Otterfing and stole cash, jewellery and valuables in the mid-six-figure range. Despite massive police searches, there is no trace of the burglars. The Miesbach detective is investigating.”

Thomas Muller had to quickly exit the Allianz Arena following the full-time whistle when he learned of the incident. He skipped the post-match press conference which he used to take as the vice-captain of the team. He reportedly cited a “private appointment” for his quick exit, but many had thought it is for his birthday party.

Despite the ugly incident, Muller took out time to tweet: “2:0 birthday win against Barcelona. Interesting match with goals of Lucas Hernandez and Leroy Sane.”

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Bayern Munich are the leaders of Group C with six maximum points from two matches. Barcelona are second with three points, owed by Inter Milan, three points, and Viktoria Pizen, bottom of the group with no points.

Bayern Munich had a better over their visitors, who dominated the game in the first half but wasted some chances. A few minutes into the second half, Bayern reasserted their dominance by scoring two quick goals that handed Julian Nagelsmann a vital win over a hard-fighting Barcelona side. Hernandez’s header and Luis Sane’s strike were enough to secure the win for the Bavarians.

Thomas Muller
Muller in action against Barcelona

The Bundesliga also thwarted former teammate Robert Lewandowski’s attempt to have his way in the game. The deadly Polish striker could not find the back of the net against his former club.

Bayern Munich built on the superior record to humble Xavi Hernandez’s revamped Barcelona. They will travel to take on Viktoria Pizen in their third Champions League clash.

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