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‪Zlatan Ibrahimovic Destroys Los Angeles FC, Tells Their Coach: “F**k Off, Go Home You Little B**ch”‬

Nasir Jabbar

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‪Zlatan Ibrahimovic Destroys Los Angeles FC, Tells Their Coach: “F**k Off, Go Home You Little B**ch”‬

Zlatan Ibrahimovic erupted after his superb showing in the LA derby by telling one of Los Angeles FC's coaches to "f**k off" in an extraordinary post-match rant.

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Ibrahimovic bagged a stunning hat-trick for LA Galaxy as they beat Los Angeles FC 3-2 in a hotly contested game, and tempers flared following the full-time whistle.

The superstar striker exchanged words with one of their coaches. He appeared to say: "F**k off, go home you little b**ch."

All eyes were on Ibrahimovic who drummed up plenty of interest for Galaxy vs. LAFC. He extravagantly said he was a Ferrari surrounded by Fiats.

"MLS is not the level of Europe, to be honest. Before, I played with players either on my level or close to it which makes the game connect easier," he said before turning in a virtuoso performance.

"Here, I am like a Ferrari among Fiats. And it can happen that the Ferrari can become the Fiat, or the Fiat can become the Ferrari. I had the same issue with the national [Swedish] team, though not as much."

But he backed up his words after scoring a perfect hat-trick.

"When you play against a rival like that, in a full stadium, I get pumped. I get adrenaline," the Swede said after Galaxy's victory. "This is considered to be the biggest game in the league and I show up in the biggest games.

"I am in play-off mode every day."

The ex-Juventus and Barcelona man then took to social media in typical Zlatan fashion.

Never change, Zlatan.

Topics: Barcelona, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, MLS, Juventus, LA Galaxy

Nasir Jabbar
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