Mourinho stops racist chants directed at Ibrahimovic

by | Jan 6, 2022 19:33

According to DAZN, Roma coach José Mourinho ordered Roma fans to stop singing a racist song directed at Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The incident happened in the second half, minutes before Rafael Leao scored the third goal for the Rossoneri against Mourinho’s Roma at the Stadio Meazza.

According to the report, Mourinho heard racist remarks coming from the away fans sector and asked the Giallorossi supporters to stop it, which is what they immediately did.

Ibrahimovic had started the game against Roma on the bench but was introduced in the second half and delivered the assist for Leao.

Mourinho coached Ibrahimovic at Inter in 2008-09, but the striker left the Nerazzurri in the summer of 2009, joining Barcelona in a swap deal with Samuel Eto’o.

The Sweden striker returned to Milan for a second spell at the club in January 2020. He has scored seven goals in 15 appearances across all competitions with the Serie A giants this term.

4 Comments

  1. DB Milan

    Credit where it’s due, well done to him, but its awful he had to stop it.

  2. Jack

    Unfortunately Roma fans still threw flares into the Family section of Milan‘s stands.
    Roma fans need to be banned from away matches.

  3. B

    I wish, these folks will find a real meaning for their life, and will be able, to be happy for other people’s success, and will be successful in their own life too. All of us deserves better, and no one deserves chants like that, from anyone.

  4. Lei

    What kind of racist chants, he’s white?

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