Dele Alli suffers robbery at home: 2 million theft and he also gets punched in the face

ROME – Dele Alli suffered a home robbery: the Tottenham midfielder was also punched by thieves during the theft.

Thieves stole items worth around two million euros (mostly fine watches).

At the time of the robbery, which took place in the footballer's home in London, in the Barnet district .

At home there were Dele Alli, his partner, the footballer's brother (also with a girlfriend) and a friend.

This was the statement released by Scotland Yard: “The police were called around 12.35 am for a robbery in a residence in Barnet. One of the people in the house, a boy of about 20 years old, suffered a minor facial injury after being attacked, but no medication was needed in the hospital. No arrests have yet been made for the robbery, but investigations are underway. "

Dele Alli derides an Asian for Coronavirus

In February Dele Alli had to apologize and risked a disqualification by the Football Association due to a video posted on Snapchat in which he derides an Asian man about the Coronavirus.

We are talking about a time when the virus was limited to China, and we still did not know what devastating effects it would have in Europe.

"I disappointed myself and my club," said 23-year-old Alli, who later deleted the post and then released a new video on the Chinese social media platform Weibo to apologize. The FA has written to Alli to ask for explanations on the offending video.

The coronavirus epidemic, at the time of the events, had caused more than 1,000 deaths in China, with over 40,000 cases reported worldwide.

The video shows Alli wearing the mask in the waiting room of an airport. Then the camera moves to show an Asian-looking man and then zoom in on a bottle of hand sanitizer.

“It was not fun and I immediately realized it and I eliminated it – added Alli, who is also a player of the English national team – It is not something you can joke about. I send all my love and all my thoughts and prayers for the people of China. " (Sources Corriere dello Sport and Ansa)

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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