Sebastián Villa, involved in a new serious case of indiscipline in Boca Juniors

Boca Juniors has a hard time while Sebastián Villa enjoys the nightlife: that seems to be the quick summary of a new dark chapter for the Colombian soccer player in the south of the continent. This after a recording was released on social networks where he was seen extremely happy in a disco dancing with some companions and showing that taking care of him off the pitch is something that does not completely matter to him.

The Instagram stories of the journalist Pablo Carrozza were the channel for the fans of the team xeneize and all of Argentine soccer found out what Villa was up to hours before the seventh date of the championship. There, distantly, but clearly, the coffee soccer player can be seen for a few seconds chatting with a personal friendface to face, both are seen dancing and quite pleased by the moment they spend.

Villa, in less than 10 days, went from being recognized by La Bombonera for his 150 matches, where he was given a commemorative shirt, to incessant criticism for having enjoyed the nightlife before the game against Banfield, where unfortunately and to make Even more serious, the ‘blue and gold’ lost 0-1 against a team that had not scored a goal for more than 400 minutes.

Thus, on Sunday night Boca fell back and suffered a new defeat, this time against the modest Verdiblanco team, who was last in the table and celebrated his first victory of the championship, beating the ‘xeneizes’ 1-0 with a goal from Aarón Quirós (28).

Sergio Romero, former Manchester United goalkeeper, now at Boca Juniors. – Photo: Getty Images
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He drill He was vastly superior to Boca in the first half, and could even have scored earlier, but goalkeeper Sergio ‘Chiquito’ Romero excelled by saving a penalty from Andrés Chávez (22).

In the second half, Boca tilted the field, but with more will than clarity, and positional dominance did not translate into clear situations to even reach a draw, in a less than mediocre game for the team led by Hugo Ibarra.

Sebastián Villa came out crestfallen from the defeat against Banfield.
Sebastián Villa came out crestfallen from the defeat against Banfield. – Photo: Getty Images

Along with that undisciplined video of the Colombian winger, he had the opportunity, thanks to the confidence of his coach, to start the defeat. Villa, who had not had the best start to the year, He ended up playing 79 minutes with a total of two shots, one of which was saved by the rival goalkeeper, while the other went near the goal; Furthermore, he completed 67% of the passes and 33% of the dribbles.

Villa, to render accounts

The Colombian player at the service of Boca Juniors from Argentina, Sebastián Villa, already knew the date for the hearing that had been pending since 2020, when his ex-wife, Daniela Cortés, filed a complaint with the courts of that country for physical and psychological abuse.

The player will have to see Argentine justice on April 17, 18 and 19, when he must attend the Correctional Court 2 of Lomas de Zamorawhere he must answer for the events denounced by his former sentimental partner and which affected his sports performance during some passages.

The Colombian is still in the eye of the controversy due to accusations against him.
The Colombian is still in the eye of the controversy due to accusations against him. – Photo: PA
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It should be noted that This is not the only similar case that the Colombian faces, because in this hearing he will also have to answer for another accusation launched by Tamara Doldan, a woman who accused him of sexual abuse and gender violence.

According to reports, Cortés will face this stage of the process virtually, since he is currently in Colombia. It is worth remembering that the events for which this woman accuses the Boca Juniors striker happened while they lived together in the Saint Thomas neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

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