Argentinian media outlet Ole have published a story claiming that Juventus striker Carlos Tevez was furious with Max Allegri for subbing him v Real Madrid.
Tevez was Juve’s standout performance in the Champions League semifinal first leg, with the former Man City and Man United forward scoring the decisive second half winner from the penalty spot.
Aside from scoring and winning Juve’s spot-kick, Tevez also set up Alvaro Morata for the Old Lady’s first half opener against Los Blancos.
With four minutes remaining in the match, Tevez was hooked off the pitch by his boss Allegri, but the striker was visibly angry with that decision as he walked off the pitch.
According to Ole, Tevez vented the following profanity at his manager:
“¡Cagón, puto!” (Coward! Son of a bitch!)
Tevez before this season only had 7 goals in 46 European games. This season the Juve forward has scored 7 goals in 11 European games.
In total in 2014-15 Carlos Tevez has played 44 matches, scored 29 goals, and contributed nine assists.