Raheem Sterling was missing in England's match day squad to face Senegal. He absence was explained that he was dealing with a family matter. However, we now fully understand the matter.
It is claimed armed robbers broke into the London house of Raheem Sterling, and carried out a major robbery. Relatives of Sterling were reportedly at home when the house was broken into.
The English winger decided to return to the UK to check on the well-being of his family but hopes to return to Qatar if the circumstances are right, according to Fabrizio Romano.
England progressed to the quarterfinals with ease after edging out African Champions Senegal. The Three Lions outsmarted the Lions of Teranga by smashing them 3-0.
Goals from Jordan Henderson, Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka were enough to book them a spot in the quarterfinal against defending champions France.
France are in form and hopefully Sterling would be available to boost Gareth Southgate's men.
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