5 Hidden Facts about Ibrahimovic

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5 Hidden Facts about Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic no doubt his greatness. His name is famous. But apparently, many hidden facts from a player as high as 195 cm.

The Swede is a well-known entertainer both on and off the pitch. He has a hard mouth, but successfully proves it on the pitch.

The striker who now strengthens Manchester United also has special skills outside football, namely taekwondo. Already since the age of 17 years, apparently Ibramovic already has this black belt sport martial arts.

In fact, this Swedish striker was very serious to pursue the sport. He has studied martial arts taekwondo in Enighet, a taekwondo club in Malmo.

Well. besides, there are five other hidden facts about Ibrahimovic. Anything? The following is quoted by Sportskeeda:

1. Zlatan So Brand Burger

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Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic (EPA / Peter Powell)
Ibrahimovic has been revered by fans for his cute and blunt manner. That is why there are some fans who find different ways to reward their heroes.

After moving to PSG, Doddy’s Cafe, a cafe located on the outskirts of Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris named one of their burgers by name. Le Zlatan is a giant 600 gram burger that is believed to be a favorite there.

The burger combines 600 grams of minced beef with onions, bacon, and three types of cheese, including cheddar. Emmental and Auvergne Blue, all in a specially made giant bread.

Jean-Phillipe Grandin, Manager of Doddy’s Cafe, confirms that only seven people can eat it up until now.

2. Score in 6 Different Clubs in the Champions League

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Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. (EPA / Will Oliver)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic remains the only player to score with six different clubs in the Champions League, although he has never won the competition. He has scored for Ajax, Barcelona, ​​Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan and PSG in the Champions League.

Manchester United could become the seventh club when he returns after recovering from a knee injury. It could happen if they make it to the knockout stage and he gets into the squad later. He won the Europa League last year. However, the Champions League is still a dream.

Barcelona and Inter Milan won the Champions League in 2010 and 2011 shortly after he left. By being at twilight in his career, he may not get a better chance this time around.

3. Zlatan Loves Scarface Movie

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Of all the movies that Zlatan watches, Scarface is her main favorite. The Swedish striker watches his favorite movie about two or three times each year.

She also once said she wanted to invite someone to dinner. What he meant was one of Scarface’s movie stars, Al Pacino. Scarface is a Cuban refugee story named Tony Montana who arrives in Miami with nothing and then becomes a great drug lord. Al Pacino plays the role of Tony Montana in this movie.

4. Faithful Friend

Friendship Ibra and Maxwell is one of the most famous bromances in the world of football. Both played together in Ajax, Barcelona, ​​Inter Milan and PSG.

When signing a contract with Ajax in 2001, he met Maxwell on his first day in Amsterdam. Both have been best friends ever since.

Maxwell also let Ibrahimovic share his apartment. The Brazilian is also the opposite of the Swedish vocalist. He likes to stay in the field and outside the temple and does not have a big ego. No surprise fans when Zlatan wrote about Maxwell in his autobiography.

“Sometimes I’m surprised he’s so good, a good guy like him usually does not work in football,” Ibra joked in his book.

5. There’s Only One Player Who Can ‘ngolongin’ Ibra

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The expression of Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic during the game against Fenerbahce in the Europa League game in Istanbul on Thursday (3/11/2016). Ibrahimovic officially re-strengthen Manchester United. (EPA / Tolga Bozoglu)

Not much to boast about the success of doing a nutmegged against Ibra. He is Aurelien Chedjou, the Cameroonian defender, who will appreciate that moment for the rest of his life.

It happened when Lille faced with PSG in Ligue 1. At that time the Parisians hard to penetrate the Lille defense.

Zlatan then tried to get closer to the Lille defender by running up to them alone. And then it happened. As Ibra rushes in, Chedjou pushes the ball over his leg with a short touch.

Ibrahimovic gives a smile because he knows he has lost. The defender has gained his respect in a great way.

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