Zlatan Ibrahimovic Teaches James Corden How To Floss On Late Late Show
We know that Zlatan Ibrahimovic can do pretty much anything with a football but it seems it also applies to life as well.
Alongside actress Rosamund Pike, the charismatic Swede appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden and was asked to partake in several challenges.
The first test was whether he could name three members of the Kardashian family, which he did after a brief pause. 'Kim, Khloe and Kendall (Jenner)' was his answer.
Then, the well-travelled had to open a jar of pickles that no member of staff working on the show had been successful. Zlatan, however, did it in an instance.
Ibrahimovic's next task was to throw some shapes after he was asked if he could do the viral 'Floss' dance.
The LA Galaxy talisman said he could and promptly jumped up off the sofa and backed up his talk, before giving Corden a tutorial on how to do it.
Lastly, the 36-year old had to say his own name with a bunch of marshmallows lurched in his mouth. He passed with flying colours, while James and Rosamund also did the business.
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Since moving to the States, where he's scored 22 goals in 26 games, Zlatan has been a semi-regular on talk-shows.
A couple of weeks ago, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the former Manchester United and Barcelona surprised the twelve boys from a football team who were trapped in a cave back in June.
Wild Boars Football club were stuck in the flooded cave in Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand, in June 23 and were eventually rescued on July 10 after spending 18 days inside.
They were buzzing just to be on the sofa but then when Ellen shouted their idol Zlatan to come out, their faces lit up completely.
There was no story more captivating this summer than the Thai soccer team trapped in a cave. This Monday, they're all here. pic.twitter.com/J6oQlFZBGG- Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 12, 2018
"I thought that that was brave, but this team is braver than me," Ibrahimovic said, showering them with praise.
"They showed their collective team work and had patience... believing in other hands also. This is probably the best team in the world."
Zlatan high-fived every single player, gave each of them a shirt with his name on the back and then invited the brave youngsters to attend a special training session with the rest of his Galaxy teammates.
Featured Image Credit: The Late Late Show
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