ANTI-France rant: Ibra suspended for four games
Paris Saint-Germain star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has received a four-match suspension from the French league’s disciplinary commission following his criticism of a referee and France as well last month. Following PSG’s 2-3 loss at Bordeaux in the league on March 15, the Swede striker vented his anger on referee’s decisions against PSG. He then used an expletive to describe France as these insulting comments were caught on camera, including referee Lionel Jaffredo and one of his assistants, reports Xinhua. Ibrahimovic later said he was sorry after the French sports minister asked him to apologise. The suspension starts next week. Ibrahimovic will miss league games against Nice, Lille, Metz and Nantes.