Coutinho's Monday In Barcelona Was An Absolute Nightmare

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Spanish paper Sport claim Philippe Coutinho's house was burgled on Monday evening while he was out for dinner.

The 25-year-old has not travelled with his Barcelona teammates for the Champions League tie with Chelsea due to his participation in the group stages with Liverpool.

Philippe Coutinho was left embarrassed on Monday after his vehicle was towed away from La Sagrada Familia, reports SPORT.

The 25-year-old had illegally parked his Audi 4x4 while visiting tourist attractions in the city and returned to discover city authorities had towed the auto away.

The Brazilian worldwide has remained in Barcelona, while the rest of the squad have travelled to London to face Chelsea in their UEFA Champions League last 16 first leg tie, due to being cup-tied after playing for Liverpool earlier in the competition.

The Brazil worldwide moved to Barcelona from Liverpool in January for a club-record £146m fee and has since made seven appearances in the league and cup, scoring on one occasion.

Whilst he can not play in the Champions League, Coutinho is likely to win the La Liga title and Copa del Rey, should Barca maintain their healthy lead and beat Sevilla in the final in April.

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