The national team striker had one of Sweden's hottest chances in Monday's premiere, but missed, and then received hatred and threats online, which the Swedish Football Association (SvFF) reported to the police.

- Of course I turned off my social media.

Unfortunately, you know that shit can come after a missed opportunity.

I have shielded myself, said Marcus Berg himself on Tuesday and added.

- It was heavy yesterday (Monday) and heavy last night (towards Tuesday), but it is something you have to process and move on from.

The police are now working to secure evidence.

- What I can say is that we look at messages that Marcus has received and based on that we look at whether it is a threat or something else.

Whether it is criminal or not, you can tell, says investigator Malin Ärlebo to Expressen.

Spain – Sweden in Sevilla ended 0-0.

Tomorrow, Friday, Blågult will play its second European Championship match, against Slovakia in St. Petersburg.

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Here Berg misses an open goal