EX-TEAMMATE SUAREZ REVEALS | What Messi suffers most in Paris
Paris Saint-Germain forward and Argentine National Team captain Lionel Messi on Monday won his seventh Ballon d’Or. But the things are not going how we excpected as the Superstar has failed to make the expected impact since moving to France in the summer. Paris gets impatient as Lionel Messi struggles to produce the magic of Barca.
Now his ex-teammate and friend Luis Suárez (34) reveals what is particularly troubling for the attacker in France!
Suárez to “TNT Sports Uruguay”: “We speak every day. He told me that when he plays in the cold he suffers a lot, especially in the snow. Of course you have to get used to the cold. ”
Perhaps this is one reason the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner is struggling to gain a foothold at PSG. In any case, the Argentine has recently been criticized again and again in France.
The adaptation of a player who only had only known La Liga is proving to be more difficult than expected. Paris wants him to put on a show, and there is neither the time nor the patience to wait.
The adaptation of a player who only had only known La Liga is proving to be more difficult than expected as he seems isolated, with less time on the ball. Paris wants him to put on a show, and there is neither the time nor the patience to wait.
The Argentine, now 34, is no longer at his peak. So many years at the top have worn him down, and the change of team, country, competition and teammates have negatively influenced his game.
After the 1-1 draw against Lens on Saturday evening, “L’Equipe” placed Messi in the “flops” category and wrote: “He’s not performing well. The Argentine striker hit the post again, but after that he dropped, which has become a habit in his passing game since he played in Paris. After that He was the one who loses the one-on-one “battle” against Medina, the action that led to the goal. ”
PSG clearly lead the French Ligue 1 by 13 points difference ahead of the second placed Olympique Marseille.