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Samir Nasri leaves Euro 2012 with stream of abuse at French reporter
Despite playing just 25 minutes of France’s defeat to Spain in the Euro 2012 quarter-final on Saturday night, Samir Nasri has once again attracted headlines for all the wrong reasons.
In the Mixed Zone after the match, Nasri was asked for a quote but simply let out abuse at a French journalist.
Nasri: “You are looking for s***, you are looking for trouble.”
Reporter: “Get lost.”
Nasri: “f*** you”
This is of course not the first time Nasri has made his feelings known about French journalists. The Manchester City midfielder famously celebrated in angry fashion his equaliser against England earlier in Euro 2012.
With no video or audio currently available of Nasri’s rant post Spain defeat, we are simply left to point you to an interview he once gave to Sport & Style magazine (in French) where he told of his favourite motto:
“Treat people as you would like them to treat you”.
- Updated: June 24, 2012