This man has been ridiculed by almost every pro-right, pro-left and neutral critic for his extravagant lifestyle and his obnoxious statements regarding every other person beside himself. Let me correct that, he did make similar statements about himself too. He has verbally derided managers and players alike throughout his career.
You would also remember the below comment said when he realized his name was excluded from the prestigious Ballon d’Or award given away annually.
“In my head I am the strongest of all. I certainly don’t need the Ballon d’Or to prove that I am number one.”
– Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Ata boy, Zlatan. Well, my point is, he has talked a lot, many people have hated him for doing so in the manner he does, but you know what, he has come through time and time again. His mouth and foot are basically on the same wavelengths.
The nine goals in seven league games he had notched for his new club – PSG – talks for itself. The tall Swede is a pure striker, with a very sound technical ability, who is causing havoc in Ligue 1 and UEFA Champions League this season. Apart from that, his six international goals so far in 2012, for a country that would be placed in the third tier of European teams, signifies his worth.
The 31-yr-old’s latest goals for PSG in the 2 – 2 draw against Olympique Marseille is just a run-up of what is to expect from him in the future.
And his 101 km/h freekick for the second goal he scored against them in the same night.
So keep on talking you mad man. I for one, who takes great pleasure in ridiculing you, at times, will enjoy your game even if it hurt’s my own ego.