There are Surprises that truly no one is happy: Kevin-Prince Boateng experienced this weekend, how painful life as a highly paid footballer can be. After the joy of the 1:0 victory of FC Barcelona against Real Valladolid is a big Nuisance: His house in Sarria waiting for him, in the chic North of the Spanish city, had been robbed during the encounter on Saturday evening, according to the newspaper Mundo Deportivo. Other Spanish media to confirm the burglary, the offender, the safety systems Boateng were property monitoring.
The unidentified thieves stole, among other things, jewels with a total value of around 300 000 euros as well as cash in addition to jewelry, they also took watches and cash to a considerable extent. The Berlin-born Boateng had earlier celebrated his first for Barça in the Spanish League.
The invaders had chosen thought of the Moment: During the game no one was Boateng home - probably because it was a special game for him: It Boateng were Premiere as a Barça player at the home stadium Camp Nou. He was from the beginning, ran, and was in the 60. Minute-mate Luis Suárez replaced. For his performance, the former Dortmund, Schalke and Frankfurt got no good reviews. The winner of the Catalans Lionel Messi (43. Minute). For Boateng, it was all the anticipation of his first minutes in the new home Arena, ultimately, not a beautiful day: The burglars avoided most of the 31-year-old German-Ghanaian the arriving home.
Boateng has only played since January in Barcelona, where he is in demand as a replacement for striker Suarez. The League leaders of the Primera División borrowed him till the end of the season from Italian club US Sassuolo. The Catalans also have an option to purchase about eight million euros. The footballer with Ghanaian roots filed a police report.