And, after some observers alleged that Ibrahimovic had used racially-charged phrases in the course of the confrontation along with his fellow striker, the 39-year-old took to social media to disclaim such strategies.
“In ZLATAN’s world there isn’t a place for RACISM,” Ibrahimovic wrote on Twitter.
“We’re all the identical race – we’re all equal !!
“We’re all PLAYERS some higher [than] others.”
The striker added on Instagram, “We’re ONE.”
Lukaku and Ibrahimovic had been Man United team-mates between 2017 and 2018, with the Belgium worldwide leaving for Inter forward of the 2019/20 season – one 12 months after Ibrahimovic signed for MLS franchise LA Galaxy.
Ibrahimovic then rejoined AC Milan final 12 months, having beforehand represented the Serie A outfit between 2010 and 2012.