Former Italy worldwide, Antonio Cassano, has slammed Juventus ahead, Cristiano Ronaldo, forward of the Bianconer’s Serie A conflict with Crotone on Monday.
Cassano mentioned Ronaldo is a ‘egocentric’ participant that doesn’t give a rattling about his teammates scoring objectives.
In response to him, Ronaldo would battle to adapt to Juventus supervisor, Andrea Pirlo’s philosophy at Allianz as a result of he’s too centered on himself to assist the group.
Ronaldo provided two key passes and solely had one shot on track as FC Porto defeated Juventus 2-1 within the Champions League final 16 first-leg tie on Wednesday night time in Portugal.
The 36-year-old joined Juventus from Actual Madrid in 2018 for €112million after profitable 5 Champions League trophies.
“I’ve at all times mentioned, though he [Cristiano Ronaldo] is a phenomenon and has scored a billion objectives, that with Andrea Pirlo’s concept of soccer, he might run into difficulties,” Cassano advised Christian Vieri’s Twitch channel BoboTV.
“He scores a purpose per recreation, it’s true, however he struggles with Andrea’s concept.
“He has at all times been a bit egocentric, he doesn’t give a rattling about others scoring objectives. He’s the type of participant that lives to attain, not for the sport, for the good match.
“He lives to attain, and at this second, the scenario is getting worse. The years cross for everybody, and he’s having difficulties.
“The paradox is that Juventus have purchased a participant who has gained 5 Champions Leagues however has so many difficulties within the Champions League.
“It’s because, since Sarri, Juventus try to indicate a mode that’s totally different from its historical past. It’s clear that Pirlo should be judged in 4 or 5 years, however Juventus need the whole lot instantly.”
Ronaldo has scored 88 objectives and offered 19 assists in 116 video games in all competitions for Juventus, and solely Juan Cuadrado (21) is the one Juve participant to have registered extra assists for the Outdated Girl because the Portuguese’s arrival.