The moment when the former Arsenal midfielder, Matteo Guendouzi, was told the news that his house had been robbed was captured.
The 24-year-old was playing for Marseille during their pre-season clash with Bayer Leverkusen and a video has emerged of him learning about the horrific situation.
What makes matters worse is that his wife was inside the house that was burgled, but thankfully she reportedly managed to drive the burglars away by alerting them to their presence in the house.
They were still able to get a luxury Rolex watch, however, which is worth over €20,000 according to The Sun, but Guendouzi’s wife and himself have been left traumatized by the incident.
After being told about the dire situation, he is seen putting his hands on his head, which can be seen in the footage below.
It has become very common in football for players to target their homes while they are playing for their team.
The most recent case was also with the Kosovo players, as the house of Valon Berisha and Arbë Zeneli were looted, while the damage is considered to be 350 thousand euros.