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Sport Fans furious after Italy supporters booed Sweden’s national anthem

23:40  13 november  2017
23:40  13 november  2017 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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Italian fans booing Sweden ' s national anthem ? Not cool 🤔. Come on Sweden ! — Paul (@pauliebear73) November 13, 2017. Italian fans whistle and boo during Swedish national anthem . Utterly classless and disrespectful.

Italy supporters booed Swedens national anthem . Italy entered Monday' s World Cup qualifying match against Sweden in dire danger of missing the summer' s

Soccer fans were furious after Italy supporters booed Sweden's national anthem© AP Soccer fans were furious after Italy supporters booed Sweden's national anthem Italy entered Monday's World Cup qualifying match against Sweden in dire danger of missing the summer's tournament after a 1-0 loss in the first leg. The fans in Milan appeared to take that frustration too far.

As the teams lined up for the national anthem, the crowd at San Siro whistled and booed loudly for the duration of Sweden's anthem.

The lack of sportsmanship from the Italy supporters caught legendary Italian goalkeeper Gigi Buffon by surprise, and he responded by clapping in support of his Swedish opponents.

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Italian fans begin to boo French national anthem before Buffon intervenes - Duration: 0:29. Tears of Buffon interview after the match Italy Sweden 0 0 - Duration: 1:42.

Buffon applauds the Swedish anthem when Italian fans booed it in World Cup Qualifying Round - Duration: 0:23. What Gianluigi Buffon did during Sweden ' s national anthem vs Italy - Duration: 3:35.

Soccer fans watching the match were furious with the Italy fans' behavior.

Italy has not missed a World Cup since 1958.

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