Opponent of Spain this Monday evening, Sweden held in check the troops of Luis Enrique for their entry into the competition for the Euro (0-0). But the Swedes could have won without a miss from Marcus Berg. At the end of the meeting, the Krasnodar striker received several hundred insulting and threatening messages on social networks.
Despite its outrageous possession, Spain missed the boat for its entry into the Euro against Sweden on Monday evening (0-0). In front of the lucky 16,000 present at the Cartuja de Sevilla, Luis Enrique’s men were held in check.
However dominating, the Spaniards never managed to find the fault, weighed down by a cruel lack of efficiency. La Roja could even have been surprised on one of the rare Swedish offensives. After a wonderful job by Alexander Isak, Marcus Berg is perfectly served by the Real Sociedad striker and misses a major opportunity, alone in front of the empty cages. The Krasnodar center forward could have put his team in the lead on the hour mark.
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A lack that has made the rounds of social networks. Very hostile after this miss, several supporters took to task the 34-year-old striker by uttering insults and threats on the player’s social networks.
The Swedish federation could file a complaint
The Russian club Krasnodar striker has often been in the sights of Swedish fans in the past. After these insulting and threatening messages he received the support of the federation and his teammates. The Swedish federation could also decide to file a complaint.
Author of a serious match in Swedish cages, goalkeeper Robin Olsen denounced ridiculous and low level attacks. Captain of this selection, Andreas Granqvist also assured him of his support.
After the match, Marcus Berg said he was affected by these threats. The 34-year-old striker even had to disable comments on his latest Instagram post celebrating his daughter’s 10th birthday.