Kevin-Prince Boateng’s house burgled during Valladolid victory

Kevin-Prince Boateng got his residence burgled although playing for Barcelona against Real Valladolid on Saturday evening.

Robbers are stated to have stolen private goods, like jewelry, watches and cash from the Ghana international’s home, estimated to be worth €300-400,000.

Boateng gets the latest player to have his home robbed this season, observing Jordi Alba undergo the very same fate earlier this time period.

Lionel Messi scored a spot kick to gain Barcelona a really hard-labored 1- win around Real Valladolid on Sunday evening.

Ernesto Valverde’s team have struggled of late, getting held by Athletic Bilbao very last weekend to see the gap in between on their own and chaser Real and Atletico Madrid get smaller.

With all eyes on Lyon in the Champions League next 7 days, Valverde opted to go away Luis Suarez, Clement Lenglet and Philippe Coutimho on the bench and that allowed Boateng a start.

The former AC Milan attacker experienced the opening prospect for Barca, but his weak hard work did not test Jordi Masip in the Valladolid goal.

Barca dominated for the most component but Masip was proving in excellent form as he denied Messi, Ousmane Dembele and Gerard Pique.

The opening and only goal of the game would occur when Pique advanded into the box and was fouled, leaving Messi to change his spot kick.

The Argentine forward experienced one more prospect from the spot in the next 50 percent but Masip was not getting beaten for a 2nd time and he saved from 12 yards.

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TP Mazembe’s Moise Katumbi calls for a full house against SuperSport in Confed Cup final


TP Mazembe's Moise Katumbi calls for a full house against SuperSport in Confed Cup final

TP Mazembe players celebrate after wining the Confederation of Africa Cup final against Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia of Algeria

Phumzile Ngcatshe

Friday Nov 17, 2017. 17:00

Ahead of the highly anticipated CAF Confederation Cup final clash against SuperSport United, TP Mazembe boss Moise Katumbi Moise has urged fans to fill up the stadium on Sunday.

The Ravens chairman visited youngster Christ Kisangala who is nursing a knee injury in Belgium and urged the club’s faithful to support the reigning CAF Confed champions.

Mazembe will want to retain their trophy and ensure they use their home advantage in the first leg at Lubumbashi as Katumbi is calling for a general mobilisation.

Katumbi reckons that his troops deserve a full stadium for the final and has stressed the importance of a win at home.

“I know that TPM supporters are always able to mobilise to take their team to success,” said the boss to the club website.

“It is with the support of a large audience that our players will pull a lot of strength from the stands to defeat SuperSport.

“The players expect everyone to show a sacred union around the team to win..”

Meanwhile, Katumbi has urged the club’s die hard supporters to come out in numbers in both finals, including attending the final training session.

On the other hand, manager Kazembe Mihayo will hope to have his experienced Malian centre back, Salif Coulibaly, who is working to regain full fitness.


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Angry fans pelt Alex Ngonga’s house with stones – 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers – Africa


Bertin Basson

Wednesday Oct 11, 2017. 16:00

Alex Ngonga not only had to deal with heartbreak following Zambia’s defeat to Nigeria, but also news that his house in Kitwe had come under siege from an angry mob of fans.

According to BBC Africa, the forward’s house in the copperbelt region was pelted with stones in aftermath of Chipolopolo’s loss to the Super Eagles in Uyo. Defeat ended their hopes of reaching the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Namesake, Alex Iwobi, scored the only goal of the game as Nigeria booked their place at next year’s showpiece in Russia.


Police arrested five fans for allegedly attacking Ngonga’s house with Regional Police Commissioner Charity Katanga quoted as saying:

“We have arrested five people for malicious damage to property and they are detained in police custody.”

The fans were reportedly left fuming at Ngonga, blaming Zambia’s failure on the 25-year-old who squandered several goal-scoring opportunities throughout the encounter.


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