- Marcos Rojo has explained how he made Zlatan Ibrahimovic angry at Manchester United
- The Argentina international stated that he called the Swede 'big nose' on the pitch
- Ibrahimovic then attacked Marcos Rojo in the dressing room after the first half
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Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo has explained how he made Zlatan Ibrahimovic angry by calling him 'big nose' when he was playing for Manchester United.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic helped Jose Mourinho at Manchester United winning the Europa League title and also the League Cup before he left.
Marcos Rojo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic were teammates at Old Trafford from 2016 to 2018 when the former Barcelona striker left Old Trafford.
The Argentine explained that Zlatan Ibrahimovic was angry with him not giving him a pass when Manchester United were facing an opponent at home.
Rojo stated that he was actually playing a central back position in the encounter before Zlatan pulled back to get a pass from him.
He failed to give him the pass as he instead supplied Paul Pogba which made Zlatan Ibrahimovic so livid and started abusing Marcos Rojo.
Rojo claimed that he told Zlatan Ibrahimovic to shut up 'big nose' asking him if he wanted to get all the passes on the pitch.
The statement infuriated Zlatan Ibrahimovic and attacked Rojo in the dressing room before the row was settled by Jose Mourinho.
He stressed that Zlatan still talked about it the next day in training but not in aggressive expression.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Zlatan Ibrahimovic could be slapped with a heavy fine following his decision to drive an unregistered car on the streets of Stockholm.
The football legend celebrated his 38th birthday buying himself a custom Ferrari car valued around £1.6 million last October.
Swedish Transport Agency official Mikael Andersson confirmed that the vehicle's registration has expired since the 30th of March. He said: "It is cancelled and has been since March 30.
According to SunSport, Sweden's road rules, Zlatan was only allowed to take the car to and from short distances for inspection.
It would be recalled that the former Barcelona and Manchester United forward bought the car in October 2019 and shared the picture with his 42.9million Instagram followers.
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