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Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is A Swedish Legend



When we talk about Sweden and football, people automatically think of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. He is one of Sweden’s best ever players and despite his controversies both in Sweden and abroad, he cannot be ignored.

Last term, Ibrahimovic scored 11 goals in 20 Milan appearances and he is currently on seven from five games. How many will he score this time around? Take a look at Sweden’s online casinos and betting sites that offer a $/€5 deposit and where you can have fun placing bets on matches. All the best of luck and please bet responsibly! But before you bet to increase your chances, we recommend you learn more about this player.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is one of Sweden’s most important players and he is well known across the country, even for those who do not like football.

He retired from international football after the Euro 2016 championships while he was a Man Utd player. He then went to the MLS with LA Galaxy, but made a surprising return to European football last January when he joined AC Milan.

Although he is 39 years old, his experience got the best out of the AC Milan team in the second half of last season and he took his side to a 6th place finish on 66 points. That earned the club a Europa League spot. This season, he has also scored seven goals in five Serie A games showing that age is no barrier if you have got the ability.

Despite being a world class player, he has had his controversies. In his home city of Malmo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s was repeatedly damaged after buying stakes in rival club Hammarby while the Swede is well known for his perhaps excessive confidence. After netting both goals in Milan’s 1-2 victory over Inter in the derby on 17th October, he declared that “Milan never had a king, they have a God” in response to Lukaku who called himself the king of the city.

Regardless of the controversies, there is no doubting that he is a world class striker. His presence gives team’s a boost and an experienced head which young players can turn to. Italy coach Roberto Mancini called him “one of the best strikers of all time, on par with Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo” back in April. One of his most famous goals came in a friendly against England when he beat Joe Hart with an overhead kick from 30 yards.




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