Ibrahimović is one of the most decorated active footballers in the world, having won 31 trophies in his career. He has scored over 570 career goals, including more than 500 club goals, and has scored in each of the last four decades. Ibrahimović began his career at Malmö FF in 1999, and signed for Ajax two years later.
Zlatan is an awesome striker with terrific athletic abilities and ability to shoot those thunderous long ranged shots. He is one man army both for his club and country . He can lighten up the game with his superman skills and win the game for his team .
As such, Ronaldo has the advantage, while he has also proven a more consistent scorer so far this campaign: In only four of Real Madrid's 17 games has Ronaldo not hit the net, whereas Zlatan has surprisingly failed to score in nine of his 17 matches for PSG so far.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been a top-five striker in Europe ever since he exploded on to the scene at Malmo. His technical skill and outrageous technique belie his big, burly somatotype, and his goal return at both Milan and Paris Saint-Germain has been simply breathtaking.
She already has Zlatan.” Not only does he refer to himself in third person which shows his sense of self worth, but he also implies that his partner wants or needs nothing more than himself.
Zlatan is one of the most confident football players of all time, but he also backs up his words with actions. He grew up in an unprivileged neighbourhood and often felt like an outsider. During his youth, he developed an incredible hunger, which inspired him to work harder than the rest.
The number 9 shirt has been worn by some of the world's most iconic players for some of the legendary clubs. Players like Ronaldo Nazario, Filippo Inzaghi, Fernando Torres, Robbie Fowler and Alan Shearer are some of the few major players who have gone on to wear the shirt.
"He's a great footballer, one of the best in the world. He's a legend, so it's of course a big honour for us to play him," Rushiti told AFP. As a former promising young footballer himself, though he had to retire after an injury, Rushiti said Zlatan had already been an inspiration to him.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Has Named His GOAT And It's Not Lionel Messi Or Cristiano Ronaldo. Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed who he believes is the greatest player of all time, and it is not Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ibrahimovic vs Messi - who is the better player? Ibrahimovic has played less than 30% of the games in the league. We only show records for players who played more than 30% of the team played time. Messi has played less than 30% of the games in the league.
Ronaldo's 'Tested to the Limit' shot
The result was pretty astonishing with Ronaldo unleashing a thunderbolt that smashed three of the windows and prompted one of the scientists to say: “80mph. Pure, unadulterated speed.”
Zlatan Ibrahimovic told ESPN he is the best player ever to feature in Major League Soccer, having spent two years at the LA Galaxy. The Sweden forward moved to the United States in 2018 following 18 months in the Premier League with Manchester United, a stint curtailed by a serious knee injury.
The attacking playmakers are sometimes called the "number 10" of the team, as they often wear the number 10 jersey. The attacking midfield playmaker will sit in a free role between the midfield and the forwards, either in the centre of the pitch or on either flank.
POSITION: Pelé was not a striker or number 9 Contrary to popular the believe Pelé was not a striker. He played as an inside forward, who dropped deep and made up the 3rd man in midfield, playing with 2 wingers and a number 9 ahead of him.
Antwerp-born striker Romelu Lukaku is famous for his fluency in six - Dutch, French, English, Spanish, Portuguese and Swahili - and team captain Vincent Kompany speaks five.
Needless to say, football fans are flabbergasted by the multi-lingual prowess of the Chelsea striker. The list reveals he can speak the following eight languages: French, German, English, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Flemish and Italian, possibly making him the most multi-lingual footballer in the world.
Meet Kazuyoshi Miura. He is almost 55 years old. Most people in an everyday job would be looking towards retirement by that age, and almost every footballer will long since have hung up their boots. But even now, Miura continues to tick along as the oldest professional footballer the world has ever seen.