Kalidou Koulibaly sends message after Chelsea teammate’s house is raided
Raheem Sterling’s Chelsea teammate Kalidou Koulibaly answered in the wake of gaining of the equipped burglary which held Sterling back from highlighting against his Senegal team in Qatar
Raheem Sterling’s Chelsea teammate Kalidou Koulibaly has communicated something specific of help in the wake of learning the Britain star’s house was attacked by furnished burglars.
Britain manager Gareth Southgate confirmed Sterling had passed on the camp to fly home from Qatar and accompany his family after the burglary. Reports recommended £300,000 worth of watches were taken from the forward’s home, not a long way from Chelsea’s Cobham training ground, with his fiancee and kids at home at that point.
Various figures from inside the game have sent messages to Sterling, including his Britain colleague Jordan Henderson and BBC host and former Britain striker Gary Lineker. Koulibaly himself was essential for the Senegal team beaten by Britain on Sunday night, and said he intends to call the 27-year-old to monitor him.
“I truly didn’t have any idea. I’m truly shocked,” Koulibaly told columnists after Britain beat Senegal 3-0 to advance to the quarter-finals of the World Cup.
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“I trust his family is great. Presently I will call him and see what has been going on with him. However, I genuinely want to believe that he will be great and his family is great”
Koulibaly and Sterling both joined Chelsea over the late spring, showing up at Stamford Extension from Napoli and Manchester City individually. The 31-year-old focus back scored the winner against Ecuador to send Senegal into the knockout stages, however he and his teammates were weak to stop Britain running out 3-0 winners at Al Bayt Arena.
“Right now, obviously the need is for him to be with his family and we will uphold that,” Britain supervisor Southgate said of Sterling after Britain’s triumph. “We will permit him to have as need might arise.
“He’s returning home. I truly don’t know because right now it’s a circumstance that he wants time with his family to manage and I would rather not put him under any tension. S ometimes football isn’t truly significant and family ought to start things out.”
Britain’s success implies Senegal’s World Cup dream is finished, with the Africa Cup of Countries champions incapable to recuperate in the wake of yielding two times toward the finish of the principal half. The Lions of Taranga had given as great as they got before goals from Henderson and Harry Kane put Britain 2-0 up at the break, and Bukayo Saka adjusted the scoring before the hour mark.
No choice has been made in regards to whether Sterling will get back to Qatar to have an impact in Britain’s quarter-last against France on December 10, with Southgate conceding he and his group need to “keep a watch out”. France booked their position in the last eight by beating Poland 3-1 because of an opener from Olivier Giroud and two goal from Kylian Mbappe, with Robert Lewandowski scoring a late reassurance from the punishment spot.