Zlatan Ibrahimovic was angry for one particular reason after Monday’s game against Torino, a report claims, despite his side picking up a 1-0 win.
The Rossoneri achieved their fifth victory of the calendar year in all competitions thanks to Ante Rebic’s goal, but Ibrahimovic missed a golden chance to make things easier for him and his team-mates just after half time, firing an easy chance wide.
After the game, he seemed in no mood to answer questions as he stormed past all the journalists in the mixed zone, with Stefano Pioli hinting in his post-match comments that the 38-year-old is ‘angry’ with his miss.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport – as cited by Calciomercato.com – Ibra was the first player who left San Siro after the game. The Rossoneri dominated but never closed the game, and the paper claims that the Swede was angry first of all with himself, while on the field he made himself noticed with several calls to his team-mates.
A perfectionist like him does not accept mistakes: Ibra has already fallen into the role as leader of Milan.