FC Copenhagen goalkeeper Kamil Grabara has received death threats after posting a derogatory comment about Galatasaray on social media.
The 24-year-old Polish goalkeeper used an expletive to refer to the Turkish Champions before editing the post to describe last night’s Champions League tie which finished a 2-2 draw.
Galatasaray fans send online death threats
Copenhagen were comfortably leading 2-0 in Istanbul before defender Elias Jelert received a controversial red card with just 17 minutes remaining- changing the course of the match.
On Thursday, Grabara’s wife took to social media to share messages that had been sent to her on Instagram.
“This is not normal. 300 messages and I can’t count how many comments. What world do we live in?” she said.
Ex-Liverpool keeper Grabara, who did not play for the Reds’ first team in a four-year spell, reportedly told journalists in Turkey that he had “heard Fenerbahce fans are better” than their bitter rivals Galatasaray before the match.