Jordan Larsson obviously isn’t happy with the Helsingborgs fans who invaded the pitch and targeted him after his side’s relegation from the Allsvenskan earlier today.
His dad Henrik is manager of the Swedish outfit, but neither Larsson was able to avoid a 2-1 home defeat to Halmstad.
And some supporters showed their frustration at the full-time whistle as they made their way on to the pitch to confront both Larssons.
While Henrik stepped back initially from the oncoming fans, Jordan stood firm before he had his shirt ripped from his back by masked fans:
Helsingborg fans attack Manager Henrik Larsson's son Jordan after they are relegated for the first time in 23 years. pic.twitter.com/kQH0UiPOwb
— Focus on Celtic (@FocusOnCeltic) November 20, 2016
It got to the point where Henrik actually looked like he was going to be involved in a fight with the supporters.
But peace was eventually restored when security dealt with the fans and both Larssons were taken back inside the tunnel to come to terms with the defeat.
The relegation suggests Jordan won’t take to Twitter to criticise the fans who attacked him, but his liking of tweets condemning the supporters suggests he’s not happy:
Here are Twitter’s translations for both tweets:
While those translations may not be completely accurate, it’s clear they are critical of the fans who invaded the pitch and Larsson agrees with them.
While the writing appears on the wall for his dad, Jordan may still have a future at Helsingborgs despite this clash with the fans.
The striker has earned a big reputation in Swedish football so far, though, and may see his future away from the club.