Silva Can't Move On From World Cup

Brazil’s shocking exit from the 2014 World Cup has taken its toll on the Brazilian captain Thiago Silva as he has recently stated that following his clubs’ elimination from the latest edition of the World Cup, it hasn’t been easy for him to forget about it and just move on at least compared to other players.
Former Ac.Milan player Thiago Silva expressed his dissatisfaction as he told reporters: “The main feeling is frustration. We dreamed of this World Cup and I had sleepless nights thinking about it. We did not deserve to end it like this. The sorrow is too great, to go home and know that you failed,” a shell-shocked Silva concluded’’

Due to a suspension Thiago Silva was not able to perform for Brazil during their outstanding 7-1 defeat against Germany and the defender of PSG went on saying that he wanted to restore honor and pride for Brazil as they later had to play against Netherlands in a match that would decide which nation would secure the 3rd spot which was ultimately won by the team of Louis van Gaal with goals from Robin van Persie, Daley Blind and Georginio Wijnaldum.
Thiago Silva is widely considered to be one of the best defenders in the world as he is one of the key players not only for his club PSG but also for his country Brazil where he plays as the captain on both squads but the former Ac.Milan player has been receiving his fair amount of criticism from Guy Roux.
Guy Roux is the former coach of Auxerre and had a few things to say concerning some of the latest performances of Thiago Silva.
Roux said: "Thiago Silva has been worrying since March. We were told then he was saving himself for the World Cup. After seeing his performances in Brazil, I hope he was actually saving his best for Ligue 1. When I see a player at this level commit such errors, whether it is facing Colombia or Netherlands, my first instinct is to wonder if something serious has happened in his life. Because the decline is so drastic that it must be a rational explanation."