Following Liverpool’s 1-0 loss to Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday, a Liverpool player’s home was broken into
The Reds suffered a shocking defeat against relegation-threatened Bournemouth, thereby ending their chances of qualifying for the Champions League.
Jurgen Klopp’s side dominated the game, with six shots on goal compared to three for The Cherries, but couldn’t hit the back of the net, with Mohamad Salah missing a penalty.
Matters got much worse for the Egyptian once it was revealed that his home had been broken into following the defeat on the South Coast.
According to local accounts, thieves got into the forward’s home in Cairo, Egypt, and stole satellite equipment (via GOAL).
Local officials are investigating, with security workers being quizzed and video footage being reviewed in the hope that the perpetrators will be caught.
Liverpool is still struggling.
Inconsistency has been a major concern for Liverpool this season, and even Salah has not performed to his full potential.
In the Premier League, he has only 11 goals in 26 games and has been overshadowed by Manchester City’s Erling Haaland’s remarkable scoring run.
The Reds still have a chance to finish in the top four, which will be essential in aiding their rebuilding efforts this summer.
They can’t afford to keep losing to teams like Bournemouth if they want to compete with Newcastle and Tottenham for a place in the Champions League.
Liverpool will not play this weekend because their scheduled opponent, Fulham, is competing in the FA Cup.
Their next league game is against title contenders City, which was a title decider earlier this season, and the Reds will be hoping to be back in contention next year.