It has not always been easy to be Christian Eriksen, the here fall, how much negative criticism has landed at the feet of the creative dane.
After Sunday's tied match against Everton is the type of assessment only increased in volume.
He scores the lowest grade in the English newspapers, and an unfortunate statistic from the match have also made him the subject of mockery on social media.
the Dane managed namely either to create a chance to deliver a bolderobring, be the sender of an attempt at goal or to get challenged by an opponent.
in turn, he was noted for a yellow card and 16 boldtab.
Christian Eriksen's game by numbers vs. Everton:— Squawka Football (@Squawka) November 3, 2019
0 take-ons attempted
0 chances created
0 shots attempted
0 did not return
0 to be tackled made
1 yellow card
16 x possession lost
It didn't get any better. https://t.co/8LHop3Cpna
It has also put its mark on the grading in the English media, who do not have much positive to say about the former much-lauded Tottenham-playmaker.
Squawka even give the dane grade five, the second-lowest mark given by the apartment.
They criticise Eriksen unnecessary many boldtab, for his yellow card and in order not to have authority on the field, what they describe as 'a familiar sight'.
Just as hard is The Independent and Sky Sports, who are sitting in judgment Eriksen to have been the worst of his team in grade five.
He shared only the low-level nature with Son-Heung Min, who most of all will be remembered for his red card, after sydkoreaneren had been involved in a tackle that led to a very violent skrækskade for Evertons Other Gomes.
Football London Eriksen bundkarakteren four, only shared with the late substituted Giovani Lo Celso, and chastens the former Ajax player for the sloppy passing and concludes disheartening that the dane is 'so far from its best and shows zero signs of improvement.'
English Inews also provides Eriksen lowest character and shall be liable to the dane did not appear to strain or make an effort after his many boldtab.
'A shadow of its former self' they assess.
Not much has gone exactly to plan for the Danish landsholdsstjerne, who probably had expected to have had easy to smoking away from London for the summer-flirt with clubs of a calibre like Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
Speculation about a big-transfer evolved, however, never more, and only ligakonkurrenterne Manchester United presented itself to seriously.
the Dane's game has since lagged tremendously in the autumn season, while many have speculated on the downward form curve has been the expression of a thinly-disguised disappointment to still be in Tottenham.
It has got big names to weigh him too easily for some of the major destinations in Europe.
Among others, Sky Sports' Jamie Carragher stated that Eriksen is simply not 'good enough for Real Madrid'.
When Manchester United was on the table, gave holder Roy Keane in the media simply expressed that he would advise against buying him.
And when Bayern Munich so was up to return as a possible switch, got Eriksen here also the cold shoulder of one of the southern German club's biggest bigwigs, Lothar Matthäus.
- A switch to Bayern Munich will not make any sense to me. He is not a player who can help Bayern, was Bayern - and Germany-the legend cash response on the rumors.
And as five seasons with quality on the pitch has been replaced by much more anonymous matches for Tottenham, is the dane's stardom also beginning to fade on the home front.
The former longtime Tottenham-goalkeeper Erik Thorstvedt was believed last week that it was 'a disaster' that Eriksen had not been sold, and that the dane's goodbye will not end in a neat parting with the club, where he for six years has had its pastures.
- It has been a great Tottenham-chapter for Christian Eriksen, ends in a sour way. I don't believe it, there's going to be any doubt about it, says Thorstvedt.
Premier League - 29. oct. 2019 - at. 17:26 Difficulty Eriksen: Worst start ever
Premier League - 28. oct. 2019 - at. 08:29 Disagree on disinterested Eriksen: - Buy him not