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Sweden’s Karlsson reveals ‘funny’ X-rated thing Kulusevski whispered in his ear



SWEDEN star Jesper Karlsson has revealed the hilarious remark Tottenham star Dejan Kulusevski said to him during their 5-0 win over Azerbaijan.

AZ Alkmaar forward Karlsson, 24, replaced Spurs man Kulusevski, 22, in the 82nd minute of their Euros qualifier on Monday evening.

Karlsson revealed the hilarious thing his Sweden team-mate told him

The score at the time of the change was 3-0, but Kulusevski still challenged Karlsson to add TWO goals in the closing stages.

Speaking in an interview after the game, Karlsson revealed: “He said: ‘If you don’t score two goals, you’re s***’. He’s funny.”

Kulusevski’s challenge would have undoubtedly given the Eredivisie attacker some extra motivation to make an impact.


And while he failed to bag two goals, he did get his name on the scoresheet in the closing stages as Sweden eased to a comfortable victory.

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It was Karlsson’s first international goal on his ninth appearance for his country.

After he had confirmed the exchange of words with Kulusevski, the Tottenham man explained why he chose to say that to him.

He said: “Jesper has the best shot in the world, no pressure on the guy, but I’ve never seen anyone shoot like he does.

“It was something you all got to see now.”


Karlsson has impressed for AZ Alkmaar this season, bagging 10 goals in 27 appearances.

Meanwhile, Sweden had contrasting fortunes during the international break.


Their straightforward win over Azerbaijan came off the back of a dismal 3-0 home defeat to Belgium in which Romelu Lukaku helped himself to a hat-trick.

It means they sit third in their qualification group behind Austria and Belgium, but ahead of Estonia and Azerbaijan.

The top two will qualify for the finals in Germany next year.

Source: The Sun

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