Sergio Aguero Blasts Zlatan Over His Argentina Comment (See Details)
Manchester City legend, Sergio Aguero, has hit back at AC Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic over his recent comments on Argentina national team and Lionel Messi.
Ibrahimovic had slammed Argentina players for behaving unprofessionally after they won the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The former Manchester United star said that apart from Argentina captain Messi, the rest of the team did not behave well after their victory over France in the World Cup final.
Reacting, Aguero said Ibrahimovic has bad behaviour on the pitch.
Speaking on his Twitch account, Aguero said:
“I remember we played against United, Manchester City. I was on the bench, but you also played around and talked back. To say that (Argentina) behaved badly, I think you are the least suitable to speak. On the pitch, you have bad behaviours. I remember you hit a player in the United States with the Galaxy and then you pretended it hurt you too. Is that good behaviour for you?”
Agüero did not let up and continued:
“Before saying that, perhaps it was convenient for you to sound off that ‘I preferred France to win’. You say that they behaved badly, and you say it as a high-level professional, but I think that you also behaved badly while playing. So, let’s not throw stones if we later disagree.”