Argentine World Cup winner destroyed by the press and fans of his current club


Though he tasted the ultimate glory only a month ago, an Argentine World Cup champion is facing heavy criticism for his club performances.

It may have been just over a month since Argentina won the 2022 FIFA World Cup, but their success in Qatar is still fresh in the mind. Lionel Messi, for example, recently spoke about it for the first time.

However, the club season is back in full swing and the time for celebrations has passed. Most of Argentina’s players have been given a hero’s welcome on their return to club duty, but now they have to perform.

Right now, all the press and fans could care about was how they fared in Qatar a few weeks ago. If not, look at Leandro Paredes who, despite being key for his nation, is now facing criticism in Italy.

Juventus star Leandro Paredes facing criticism in Italy

Argentine players celebrating the World Cup win.
© Dan Mullan/Getty ImagesArgentine players celebrating the World Cup win.

Things are not going according to plan for Juventus, who continue to struggle after receiving a 15-point deduction. On Sunday, the Old Lady lost to Monza and most of the blame fell on Paredes.

“Where was he when Carlos Augusto found the middle of the park empty for the 2-0? Where was the experience of a world champion? Where was he when…” read the match report by Gazzetta Dello Sport, who also rated Paredes the worst player of the game with a 4.

Apart from the Italian newspaper’s harsh review, Juve fans are also questioning Paredes’ tenure with the team. “When players like Paredes that are perennial transfer targets for their careers they never show up for the shirt and the badge when it matters most,” the user @juve_cle wrote on Twitter.

“Wow, never see coming that Paredes would not be a great signing, as he was so important for PSG, oh wait, he wasn’t. It’s not a surprise. Sporting directors are as bad as the coach,” @PierreRvT tweeted.

More users kept on complaining about Paredes’ performances since moving to Turin. The Argentine star joined Juventus on loan from PSG in the summer, but it hasn’t gone as expected so far.

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