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Sterling's house ransacked - he travels home to England

Sterling’s house ransacked – he travels home to England

England beat Senegal 3-0 on Sunday night in the World Cup round of 16. But they did it without one of their best players. England’s initial explanation was that Sterling had pulled out for “family reasons”.

On Sunday evening, information was received that Raheem Sterling had left the World Cup group to return to England.

It later emerged that the “shaken” Sterling had run to his family’s home after they had been mugged. However, hope remains that he can make it back to the quarter-finals, according to The Telegraph.

daily Mail It reported that Sterling’s partner Paige Milian, 27, and their two sons Thiago and Ty Cruz, as well as the daughter of footballer Melody Rose, were at the family’s home in Cobham, Surrey when the break-in took place.

According to the newspaper, many other England players are now worried that they too will be the victim of burglaries and home thefts during the World Cup, and have increased security measures.

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Southgate: “He’s on his way home”

National team captain Gareth Southgate supports his player after the match.

– He should be with his family now, and we’ll give him time to be there, he says and explains.

– I spent a lot of time with Raheem this morning. Sometimes things happen that you have to deal with. He’s on his way home. We feel his privacy should be respected so I don’t want to say too much. It’s not ideal for the group before a big game. But at that moment the individual is more important than the large group, so I needed to spend some time on Sterling.

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Raheem Sterling has made two appearances for England so far at the World Cup and produced two points. The Chelsea star is seen as a key part of Gareth Southgate’s squad aiming to return to England with the World Cup in their bags.

The beer is flowing among the British supporters.