But it was at Scottish side, Rangers, where the striker made his name, playing over 120 games in six years for the Gers and his historic spell has clearly left an impact on Lovenkrands… that’s if his accent during punditry for Real Madrid’s Vs Schalke tonight was anything to go by!
By Stuart Hynd – @supers0nic_
Mid-way through his half-time analysis of the Champions League knock-out tie, the striker’s accent seemed to change dramatically and surprisingly consistently from broad-Danish to worryingly-Glaswegian and the masses on Twitter were lapping it up.
Here are the best of the responses:
Since when did Peter Lovenkrands turn Scottish.
— Ross Mackay (@RossMackay7) February 26, 2014
Can't believe how Scottish Peter Lovenkrands' accent is. It's ridiculously strong
— What Dan Said (@AKA_DanThompson) February 26, 2014
Peter Lovenkrands' Weegie accent is superb https://t.co/QcbWG7zgQl
— Daniel Harris (@DanielHarris) February 26, 2014
How come Peter Lovenkrands has a Pakistani Glasgow accent?
— Maryhill Black Star (@MBSFC) February 26, 2014
Peter Lovenkrands doing a Jan Molby on Sky1. Except he's Dutch and the accent is Glaswegian – but you know what I mean.
— Steve Johnson (@stevejohnson95) February 26, 2014
Peter lovenkrands there people. From that wee place in Denmark known as Newton Mearns #DanishScotsaccent
— garrywhitten (@garrywh40) February 26, 2014