New fan footage has shown Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri in a sweary rant at Juventus midfielder Leandro Paredes for a rather amusing reason.
Juve beat Sporting Lisbon 1-0 in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final thanks to a Federico Gatti winner.
The match saw a very concerning moment when goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny left the pitch in tears, suffering with heart palpitations.
Once it was understood the Pole was fine and had passed all medical checks, attention turned back to the pitch where Juve were trying to cling onto their home lead.
Looking to make some substitutions to contain their Portuguese opponents, Allegri turned to Argentina World Cup winner Paredes, only to realise the midfielder wasn’t ready.
The reason – it was hilariously revealed – is that the on-loan Paris Saint-Germain star had given his shirt to a fan in the crowd.
An argument of sorts was picked up during the game, but new footage from the Allianz Stadium crowd has shown just how irate the Italian manager was.
Thrusting his fists and screaming at the top of the voice, Allegri’s x-rated outburst loosely translates to “what the f*** god, f***!”.
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The volume of the 55-year-old’s outburst caught the attention of Federico Chiesa and Juve sub Paul Pogba, who looked absolutely terrified at their manager storming back to his dugout.
Luckily Paredes was able to attain a new shirt from the dressing room, and eventually joined the pitch in the 85th minute.
Simmering down in his post-match press conference, Allegri said: “Paredes? I was going to put on [Fabio] Miretti, but [Manuel] Locatelli who was tired asked for a change.
“I called Paredes. But Leandro had left his jersey in the locker room. He must have thought he wasn’t going to come back, so we were late while he went to get his shirt.”