Dele Alli beaten and robbed by masked knife-wielding thieves at his home in London

Tottenham and England midfielder, Dele Alli was beaten and robbed by knife-wielding burglars who broke into his home during the early hours of Wednesday morning.

The England playmaker escaped  serious injury after being hit in a scuffle with the robbers.

It was gathered that  the spurs midfielder, 24 was in a room with long-time partner Ruby Mae, his adopted brother Harry, Harry’s girlfriend, and another male friend when two men stormed his north London property at 12.30am.

They reportedly punched the Spurs midfielder in the mouth and assaulted another man before they made away with various items including jewellery and watches.

One suspect then ran upstairs and ransacked several of the star’s bedrooms.

Recall that the raid comes just two months after four masked robbers armed with knives and machetes broke into the home of Dele’s Spurs teammate Jan Vertonghen in Hampstead, North London.

However, Alli’s property has CCTV cameras installed and the footage has been passed onto the police, which have opened an investigation.

According to report a source told The Sun: “The group have all been left extremely shaken.Dele was still awake and playing pool with the others when the raiders got into the property.
“It all kicked off downstairs and Dele was punched in the mouth by one of the two masked robbers.
Another source close to Dele said: “It was a terrifying ordeal to go through. The two men who broke in had knives.

“They grabbed items and they demanded that Dele handed stuff over. Dele was there with his girlfriend, Harry and his girlfriend, and another man who all live there together so there were a few of them there at the time.
“The police were called and spent several hours there collecting statements and CCTV from the property.”

Confirming the raid, a police spokesman said: 'Police were called at approximately 00:35hrs on Wednesday, 13 May to reports of a robbery at a residential address Barnet.
'Two males gained entry to the property and stole items of jewellery, including watches, before fleeing.

'One male occupant of the property, aged in his 20s, suffered a minor facial injury after being assaulted. He did not require hospital treatment.
'No arrests; enquiries into the circumstances continue.'

No arrests have yet been made According to the police, but enquires Into the circumstances continues.

Notwithstanding ,Alli is due to start training with Spurs next week ahead of the Premier League's intended resumption next month.

Alli has confirmed on Twitter that he is "okay" after "horrible experience"

 "Thank you for all the messages," Alli wrote on Twitter on Wednesday evening. "Horrible experience but we're all okay now. Appreciate the support."

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