Zlatan Ibrahimovic Trolls England Football Fans In Most Brutal Way Possible
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has trolled England fans on holiday by reenacting his famous strike from Sweden's 4-2 win back in 2012.
Both sides met at the Friends Arena eight years ago and Ibrahimovic score every goal as his side ran out comfortable winners.
Ibrahimovic dominated the game and his standout goal was an overhead kick from 30 yards out that left Joe Hart stranded.
The 38-year-old remembers the goal fondly and he recreated it while on holiday and captioned a tweet: "God Save the queen."
He would win the Puskas Award that year for his remarkable athleticism and he left England stunned with the piece of skill.
Then manager Roy Hodgson remarked the former Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain man's effort was a 'work of art.'
He said per Goal, "The fourth goal was the crowning glory.
"It's a wonderful goal to see on a football field, though I would rather have seen it against someone else."
This is in reference to the 30 yard bicycle kick he scored against England.
8 years ago. In a friendly.
That is top level shithousery
- Esteban Jouet (@DeweyTheGooner) August 11, 2020
Ibrahimovic explained the audacious attempt following the game and revealed he saw Hart off his line.
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"Hart was a long way out and I was just trying to get it into the goal. I was on the ground when it was on the way in.
"I saw a defender sliding in to try to get rid of it and I wanted to scream 'No' but the ball went in."
The striker is known for his flexibility despite being six foot five thanks to years of jiu-jitsu training.
One man who nearly felt the full force of Zlatan's moves is former United teammate Marcos Rojo.
Rojo recently told the story of Jose Mourinho splitting him and Zlatan up after calling the Swede 'big nose.'
"He wanted all the balls you see," Rojo told Infobae.
"We were winning 1-0 at Old Trafford. We were giving them a dance, I was playing central defender. I come out playing, I pass half the pitch.
"There he pulls back. The pass between the lines was there. But there was Pogba alone on the left, so I gave it to him, and Paul began to showboat. Zlatan starts cursing me.
"I follow it. 'Shut up, big nose. You want all the balls'. Arguing loudly.
"We finish the first half and go to the locker room. I'm in my place, taking off my boots. And he enters angrily, he kicks something. He stops, looks at me and yells at me: 'What did you say to me?'
The 30-year-old then revealed the pair settled their differences the following day - after receiving a huge fright.
"The next day, early, I was having breakfast. I felt grabbed at the back of the neck, and I couldn't turn. And he says - 'What did you say to me?' - and he started laughing."
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