Ibrahimovic is childish and a dirty player, says Faroe Islands captain

The 34-year-old defender was not impressed with the towering attacker's behavior in last week's Group C qualification match, citing that the talented forward was "arrogant".
Faroe Islands captain Frodi Benjaminsen has hit out at Sweden star Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the aftermath of Friday's World Cup qualifier.

Benjaminsen was involved in a brawl with the Paris Saint-Germain striker when both sides were on their way to the dressing rooms at halftime, and the defender was not impressed with the flamboyant attacker's behavior in Sweden's hard-fought 2-1 win.

"He elbowed me shortly before the interval, and when I asked him for an explanation on our way to the dressing room at halftime, he attempted to grab me. There was no fight, though," Benjaminsen told Expressen.

"Ibrahimovic is an arrogant player. He was belittling our team, and bragging all the time about where he plays and how much he earns. His behavior was very childish. He is a very dirty player as well. I simply don't like him."

Ibrahimovic is currently preparing for Sweden's World Cup qualifier against Germany on Tuesday evening.

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