Swedish striker Berg suffers insults and threats for missing a clear chance against Spain

Swedish striker Marcus berg He has been the subject of insults and threats on social networks after missing a clear occasion last night in the Eurocup match against Spain, which ended 0-0, several Swedish media reported this Tuesday.

The Al Ain forward Emirati has received the support of his colleagues while the Swedish Federation considers filing a complaint.

"It's very sad, we win and lose together", Striker Alexander Isak, the author of the pass that left Berg alone after a great play, told Aftonbladet.

The Real Sociedad attacker stressed that "Sometimes you're lucky, sometimes you're not, it's nothing weird."

"It's so ridiculous, so ridiculous. I'm not going to waste energy on that. I and the rest of the team know how important 'Mackan' is to us. These kinds of things are very low gestures, "goalkeeper Robin Olsen told the same media.

The central veteran Andreas Granqvist, Captain of the team, he also showed his support on Instagram, posting a photo of the two hugging with the text: "King Marcus Berg, I will always support you."

Berg, 34, He has been criticized in the past for his bad scoring streak, although he has always had the confidence of coach Jan "Jannne" Andersson, who values ​​his work.

Sweden already experienced a similar episode in the World Cup in Russia, when the midfielder Jimmy Durmaz received many insults on social media for committing the foul that allowed Germany to defeat Sweden in discount in a group stage match.


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