Zlatan = win

@Bobby__Lucky

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I always think he's been so underrated. Seen than top goal many many many times and it still moves me.

It's his record of titles that is insane. Have ibrahimovic in your team and you win the league. Can't be anyone with as many league winners medals as him, it's not possible and will probably never be repeated.
 

Geyzer Soze

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Damn I remember that bicycle kick - he had no business even thinking about trying s kick like that ...
 

TaoistMonkey

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"There was the thought that this would send me into retirement," Ibrahimovic said after his two-goal performance. "I sent their entire country into retirement."

:woot::woot::woot:
 
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jurgen

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Best feet for a big man ever? He's so skilful it's easy to forget he's a 6ft4 unit performing those crazy moves
 

Setzthree

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Would love him in the prem.

One of the top strikers of all time.
The Euro next year will be his final championship in a national shirt.
I believe he wants to quit while being on top of his game so next season will be the last train if hes going to end up in the PL, imo.

Here's hoping :)
 

Insomnia

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His legacy that he leaves is amazing. Inter hadn't won the league for ages before he joined them , so it's not like he just hopped from the best team in 1 league to the best in another
 

Riandor

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A quality player, a bit of an arrogant sod at times, but no one can question his ability, really one of the world's best strikers.
 

Gassin's finest

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I took in a game at Parc de Princes a few years back, the season he signed for PSG. I was very impressed with his performance, a consumate footballer. Has the ability to read a game and set the tempo to suit him. To the layman it looks like he does very little in terms of work rate and doesn't run much. But he was constantly watching the game, already moving into the right position before anyone else. Like the best footballers he's two or three steps ahead, and has already set himself to either pass it, lay it off, carry the ball, or take a shot. His frame makes him nigh on impossible to knock off the ball.

And his passing and finishing is lazer guided.

Mad as a bicycle, but one of the modern greats in my opinion.
 

Insomnia

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I took in a game at Parc de Princes a few years back, the season he signed for PSG. I was very impressed with his performance, a consumate footballer. Has the ability to read a game and set the tempo to suit him. To the layman it looks like he does very little in terms of work rate and doesn't run much. But he was constantly watching the game, already moving into the right position before anyone else. Like the best footballers he's two or three steps ahead, and has already set himself to either pass it, lay it off, carry the ball, or take a shot. His frame makes him nigh on impossible to knock off the ball.

And his passing and finishing is lazer guided.

Mad as a bicycle, but one of the modern greats in my opinion.
And Wenger said he'd like him to take a trial at the scum all them years ago pmsl, Zlatan rightly told him where to go
 

UncleBuck

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One of my all time favorite players. To think a few years ago the English media/pundits were saying he is overrated.
Yup, then he destroyed us and scored that overhead kick from a mile out .....I've been eating my words ever since!
 
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