Erling Haaland reveals the blow-by-blow details of his explosive row with Sweden's Alexander Milosevic, who he says called him a 'whore' and threatened to 'break his legs'... before he celebrated his goal for Norway in front of his rival's face
- Norway beat Sweden 2-1 in the Nations League at the Friends Arena in Solna
- Footage during the game showed Alexander Milosevic talking at Erling Haaland
- The Manchester City striker claimed the Swede had called him a 'whore'
- The AIK defender denied insulting the Norwegian when asked afterwards
Haaland was key for Norway as his two goals saw them to victory against their Scandinavian rivals at the Friends Arena in Solna.
However, the striker, who has joined Manchester City in a £51million deal this summer, appeared to be the subject of goading by his Swedish counterpart.
Erling Haaland has accused Alexander Milosevic of labelling him a whore during a match
The Manchester City striker made a point of seeking out Milosevic after scoring his second
Footage appeared to show AIK defender Milosevic directing words towards Haaland on at least two occasions.
It was clear the former Borussia Dortmund forward had taken exception to the words after scoring his second, the 21-year-old making a point of seeking out and staring out Milosevic after finding the back of the net.
Asked on the incident after the game, Haaland told TV2 Norway: 'First he called me a whore, which I can assure you I'm not, and told me he was going to break my legs. Then I scored a minute later.'
Milosevic could be seen talking at Haaland during their Nations League clash in Sweden
Haaland had the last laugh as he scored twice to seal a win over their Scandinavian rivals
Manchester City's new striker made a point of shushing his critics after scoring for Norway
Milosevic was also asked about the exchanges but denied any had taken place, despite footage to the contrary.
'It is quite rude to say what he says, because I do not speak Norwegian and he does not speak Swedish, so I do not know how we should communicate,' he said.
'I do not speak English on the pitch, so it is surprising that he says things I have not said.'
Haaland didn't appear to have let the war of words get to him, with video footage from inside the changing room showing him listening to Wonderwall by Oasis, as well as celebrating the victory with some of his Norwegian team-mates.
Victory in their Nations League clash took Norway top of League B Group 4. They have won both their clashes to date and sit three points clear of both Serbia and Sweden.
Haaland enjoyed the win afterwards and was seen celebrating in the dressing room
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