Paul Pogba leapt to the defence of his former Manchester United teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic following allegations the Swedish veteran used racist language in direction of Romelu Lukaku.
The previous United strikers and teammates clashed heads and exchanged indignant phrases in direction of the tip of the primary half of the fiery Milan derby on Tuesday.
Rossoneri striker Ibrahimovic, 39, was heard shouting: “Go do your voodoo s***, go do your voodoo s***, little donkey.”
Lukaku, who represents Inter, then responded with, ‘f*** you and your spouse, you little b****’.
Each gamers have been booked and needed to be held again by teammates as they made their manner down the tunnel.
Ibrahimovic’s ‘voodoo’ comment was believed to be in reference to Everton proprietor Farhad Moshiri’s declare in January 2018 that Lukaku left the Toffees after a witch physician suggested him to affix Chelsea.
Lukaku has denied these accusations and has threatened to sue Moshiri for his feedback.
Pogba got here to the defence of Ibrahimovic on social media on Wednesday evening.
He wrote on Twitter: “Zlatan… racist? He loves me an excessive amount of so he’s the final particular person I’d consider as racist! Come on, don’t joke with that one!”