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Former striker Sergio Aguero responded to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who criticized some of the players of the Argentina national team after winning the 2022 World Cup. The Swedish striker said that some Argentines behaved inappropriately and should not be respected. Probably, Ibrahimovic meant Emiliano Martinez's jokes about Kylian Mbappe and other French people.

"It's strange [to hear that from him] because he is a fighting player. Ibrahimovic is undoubtedly an outstanding footballer, but he is a fighter. Once, he had a falling out with Guardiola, and the coach wanted to sell him. First of all, you need to monitor your behavior throughout your career.

I remember playing for Manchester City against Manchester United where you were. I sat on the bench, but still ... You constantly staged performances and argued. It's not for you to talk about bad behavior. I remember you punched your opponent in MLS and then pretended to hurt you too. Is this the correct behavior for you?

Perhaps you should have just said, "I would have preferred France to win the final." You argue from the height of your professional experience that the Argentines behaved severely. But you did the same yourself. Therefore, let's not throw stones if you are not sure they will not fly back," Ole quotes Aguero.