Thomas Miller’s home burgled during Bayern Munich’s win over Barcelona

Thomas Muller’s home ‘burgled during Bayern Munich win over Barcelona’ with German ‘returning from Champions League match to find six-figure cash, jewelery and valuables’ – on his 33rd birthday!

  • Bayern Munich ace Thomas Muller’s Wettlkam villa raided on Tuesday night
  • The thieves stole about six figures worth of cash, jewelry and valuables
  • The 33-year-old then helped Bayern seal a 2-0 win over Barcelona
  • The police of Oberbayern Sud confirmed the news and investigations are ongoing

Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller’s home has been broken into with more than six figures worth of stolen goods, according to reports in Germany.

The attacker’s villa in the small town of Wettlkam in the municipality of Otterfing, south of Munich, was broken into on Tuesday night around 10:00 p.m.

As reported by the German newspaper BILD, the police confirmed that cash, jewelery and valuables were stolen while Miller was helping Bayern to a 2-0 win over Barcelona in the Champions League.

The same report states that there is still no trace of the burglars and investigations are continuing.

The Oberbayern Sud police also confirmed the news, saying: “On Tuesday afternoon, several unknown assailants apparently broke into a family home in the municipality of Otterfing and stole cash, jewelry and valuables in the mid-six-figure range.

“Despite massive police searches, there is no trace of the burglars. Detective Miesbach investigates.’

Thomas Miller’s home burgled during Bayern Munich’s win over Barcelona

Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller’s home burgled with more than six figures stolen

Muller's villa in the small town of Wettlkam was broken into while Bayern played Barcelona

Muller’s villa in the small town of Wettlkam was broken into while Bayern played Barcelona

The burglars are said to have fled into a field, although service dog handlers and police helicopters have searched extensively, but there is still no sign of the attackers.

The 33-year-old rushed out of the Allianz Arena and had no time for the media, which came as a surprise with the vice-captain always speaking after matches, but instead citing a “private appointment” – then widely believed to be a birthday party .

Miller tweeted after the match: “2-0 birthday win against Barcelona. Interesting match with goals from Lucas Hernandez and Leroy Sane.’

Muller rushed out of the Allianz Arena after the match but still tweeted after Barcelona's win

Muller rushed out of the Allianz Arena after the match but still tweeted after Barcelona’s win

Robert Lewandowski’s missed chances on his return to Bayern Munich proved costly as Barcelona lost in Germany.

The Spanish giants dominated the first half but failed to capitalize on their chances and were denied early in the second half by goals from defender Lucas Hernandez and winger Leroy Sane.

Hernandez headed in at the near post after 50 minutes, before Sane closed the gap to seal victory shortly after.

The win puts Bayern Munich in control of Group C with six points from two games.

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