Fabinho’s house burgled as he was celebrating Liverpool’s Premier League win

Liverpool midfielder Fabinho’s home was burgled as the footballer celebrated the team’s Premier League win.

According to reports in UK media, Merseyside Police were called to a house in Formby, Sefton, in the early hours of Thursday.

Jewellery and a Grey Audi RS6 were stolen, though the car was later recovered in Wigan.

Police think the burglary happened between 3pm on Wednesday and 4am on Thursday. During this time Fabinho had been playing Chelsea at Anfield and celebrating the end of Liverpool’s 30-year wait to lift the league trophy.

Premier League winner Fabinho’s house burgled, jewellery and Audi RS6 stolen

Thieves broke in to the Brazilian’s home on the day the Reds were presented with the trophy for their first top flight win in 30 years.

Items of jewellery and an Audi RS6 were stolen during the raid in Formby, Merseyside Police said. The car was later recovered in Wigan.

The burglary was discovered when the occupants returned.

Police said thieves targeted the footballer’s home sometime between 15:00 BST on Wednesday and 04:00 on Thursday.

On Wednesday evening Sir Kenny Dalglish presented the Premier League trophy to Liverpool after a 5-3 home win over Chelsea.

Fabinho joined the Reds in 2018 in a deal worth more than £40m.