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Angel Di María: Another PSG player also suffered a violent robbery

It happened simultaneously with the assault on the Argentine's house

Di María y Marquinhos
Di María y Marquinhos

Paris, in addition to being the City of Light, became the City of Horror for PSG players... The family of the Argentine from Paris Saint-Germain Ángel Di María was involved in a robbery with kidnapping this Sunday while the footballers played the league duel against Nantes, in the same way that Marquinhos' parents also suffered an assault.

According to RMC Sport, Di María's wife and daughters were at his home at the time some assailants entered, being detained in a robbery from which they would finally leave without injuries according to the first information. At that time it wasn't possible to know, but after the rest of the Park of the Princes disturbing movements began that something was happening.

PSG sports director Leonardo came down from the box and was seen talking to Pochettino. Meanwhile, the Argentine coach took his compatriot from the field in minute 62 and accompanied him directly to the locker room, at which point he told him about the serious event. Meanwhile, at the end of the game, Marquinhos learned that an assault had also occurred at his parents' house in Paris. "There're extra-sports situations that explain the second half. Everything outside of football", said Pochettino after the match that his team lost 1-2 in search of the Ligue 1 lead.

Paris, an area with many violent robberies

Another PSG player, the also Argentine Mauro Icardi, had suffered a robbery in January, when the player was going to Lorient to play that Sunday for Ligue 1 (his team lost 3-2), as reported to the AFP agency a source close to the investigation. The stolen goods were jewelry, watches and luxury clothes, among them, several of Wanda's clothes, of which she usually exhibits on her social networks, either wearing them or in her dressing room. The amount of the stolen is valued "at around 400,000 euros" (about $ 485,000).

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