Swedish striker Markus Berg made an incredible revelation after the Swedish-Turkish match won by the Swedes (1-0). The judge promised him two free kicks at halftime.
Controversy over the match between Turkey and Sweden in the League of Nations on Saturday. While the Swedes won Granqist Eskisehir (1: 0) on penalties, causing Turkey to lose in League C, Swedish forward Markus Berg made an incredible revelation.
"During the break, I went to talk to the referee to protest through the fault in which I was the victim, and that he did not whistle. I told him my point of view, and he replied: “I will see the photos, and if I see a mistake, I will give you two penalties in the second half, Al-Ain striker told a Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet,
Romanian referee Istvan Kovac scored the ball for Sweden in the second half for a foul of the Turkish defender on … Marcus Berg, who put his body in opposition to get it. After the revelation of the discussion between Berg and the referee, the Turkish Federation could file a lawsuit.