@Nuttso We as humans leave our fingerprints everywhere. They can be on your phone screen, but really - almost everywhere you touch.
It's very unlikely an attacker would put much efforts into extracting the fuzzy hashes from your phone (I say fuzzy because fuzzy matching is involved: your fingerprint doesn't stay the same from the moment you register it), let alone from a secure element.
An attacker probably wouldn't even bother compromising an up-to-date Pixel to lure the user into sending them fingerprint data (which is another hard thing to pull off, since the sensor is directly connected to the secure element). It would take too much resources, and at this point, you have far worse things to worry about.