Veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic attacked Sweden coach Jan Anderson;

The new Juventus player, Diane Kulusevsky, was not involved since the beginning of the match, which ended in the Swedish national team's defeat 1-0 by its French counterpart in the European Nations League on Saturday.

Kulusevsky came on as a substitute for one of his team-mates 20 minutes before the end of the match;

But he said in an interview after the match that he was shocked not to have started from the start.

After coach Anderson expressed his surprise at this position on the part of the young player, Ibrahimovic, the historic scorer of the national team, decided to respond to the coach.

Ibrahimovic wrote on Twitter, "What a silly joke, another proof of the lack of the right person in the right place, which causes Swedish football to falter."

Vilket jävla skämt.

Ytterligare ett bevis.

Inkompetenta personer på fel positioner som kväver svensk fotboll.https: //

- Zlatan Ibrahimović (@Ibra_official) September 6, 2020

And after scoring 62 goals in 116 international matches for his country, Ibrahimovi retired from international football after Sweden's exit from the European Cup 2016.

After yesterday's match, Kolosewski, 20, said he did not get enough opportunity to prove his abilities with the team when he replaced veteran Sebastian Larson.

Coach Anderson, 57, who led the team to the 2018 World Cup quarter-finals, said he was amazed at the young player's response, and emphasized at the same time that he might get a greater chance to play in Sweden's next match against Portugal on Tuesday.

"I didn't speak to him after that, but if he said so, then this is his opinion for sure, and we will talk about that later," the coach added.