Manchester United footballer Paul Pogba said that during the return match of the 1/8 finals of the Champions League against Atlético Madrid, robbers stole a safe that contained a medal for winning the World Cup, R-Sport reports.
The meeting took place on March 15 and ended with the score 1:0 in favor of the Madrid club. Following the results of the two-legged confrontation, Atlético reached the quarterfinals of the tournament.
"I'm fine, my family is too. I've had a pretty amazing week. After the Champions League match, before which I found out that I would not start, I drove home and found that my house had been burglarized after three people entered my safe was stolen. It was my mother's jewelry, my world championship medal. What scared me the most was that my two children were at home with a nanny at the time of the incident. She heard everything, called her wife and security, then locked herself in the room with the boys. For several days after that she was in shock. The most important thing is that everything is fine with my children," Pogba said in an interview with bbabo.net Le Figaro.
Recall that Paul Pogba as part of the French team won the 2018 World Cup, which was held in Russia.