Swedish side Helsingborg, who are managed by Celtic and Sweden legend Henrik Larsson, were relegated from the topflight at the weekend. Understandably, their fans were upset, but what wasn't understandable was their reaction towards Henrik's son, Jordan, who leads the line for them.
At full-time, the father and son went to commiserate with the home fans only to met with a barrage of abuse and, worse still, be on the receiving end of chairs and flags that were thrown at them and onto the pitch. Some fans even entered the pitch, grabbed hold of Jordan Larsson, pushed him and demanded his shirt. Out of order.
Helsingborg fans attack boss Henrik Larsson's son Jordan after relegation for first time in 23 years. Idiots. pic.twitter.com/igbQwptEMW
— Natter Football (@NATTERFOOTBALL) November 21, 2016