Juan Cuadrado was very disappointing at Chelsea, but he’s doing his very best to prove the doubters in England wrong…
After making a big money move to Chelsea in January of 2015, Juan Cuadrado was expected to come to the Premier League and make a huge splash. After all, the Columbian midfielder had been dominating the wings for Fiorentina in the months leading up to the move, and Chelsea were desperate for a bit of offensive flair as they continued their title charge.
However, it did not work out for him. He failed to cement his place in the Chelsea side under Jose Mourinho, and he looked completely out of his depth in the Premier League.
Resultantly, he was loaned out to Juventus just 6 months after his Stamford Bridge arrival, and that is where he remains today.
However, whilst the Columbian did not look too good in England, he has been playing superbly in Serie A, and with goals like this – you can tell he’s just looking to prove a point to Antonio Conte, and show him what he’s missing.
As per BT Sport Football on Twitter, as Juventus battle Lyon, Cuadrado cuts down the right wing and fires one into the roof of the net at an unbelievable angle to give Juve the lead.
Take a look below…
— BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) October 18, 2016
Are you watching, Antonio?
The Blues could have done with a few finishes like that over the last few weeks!
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