Jordan Larsson was caught throwing a strop at his club manager during IFK Norrköping’s 3-1 victory at home to Malmo earlier today.
The Sweden Under-21 star was chosen to start tonight’s crucial Allsvenskan tie, with IFK Norrköping still in the hunt to claim a surprise Swedish title, as they sit second in the table, just three points behind leaders AIK.
And everything seemed to be going to plan for the hosts when a double from Karl Holmberg had them 2-1 on the hour mark, and seemingly heading for victory.
At that point, manager Jens Gustafsson decided to try and sure things up by whipping off an attacker and replacing him with a holding midfielder, and Larsson was chosen as the sacrificial lamb.
However, the 21-year-old doesn’t seem to share the placid temperament his father observed so many times during his trophy-laden spell at Celtic, as you can see by his reaction:
Jordan Larsson wasn't that happy about being subbed off against Malmö FF. pic.twitter.com/jemL7IhG0i
— 🇸🇪 (@SwedeStats) September 26, 2018
In the end, IFK Norrköping went on to win 3-1, but one of the biggest stories from the game will be Larsson’s strop – what do you make of it?