|World Player of the Week
Paris Saint-Germain star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been in fine form domestically with 10 goals in 10 appearances for his club side, but it was his performance for his country that has won him Goal.com's World Player of the Week.
The Sweden international scored arguably one of the finest goals of all time with an outrageous, acrobatic, overhead lob from more than 20 yards. It was his fourth strike of the game, having broken the deadlock on 10 minutes. The player overtook Henrik Larsson in the national side's goalscoring record books and is now only 10 goals behind all-time top-goalscorer Sven Rydell. As Carlo Garganese on says: "Ibrahimovic is my World Player of the Week. One of the best goals ever against England in his four-goal haul
Goal.com France Chief Editor Naim Beneddra commented: "Despite not playing this weekend for PSG due to suspension, Zlatan Ibrahimovic was still the talking point of the footballing world for last week.
"What he succeeded to do in Wednesday's friendly against England was incredible, but with Zlatan nothing is impossible. The Scandinavian dazzled spectators by scoring four goals, the last of which was shown all over the planet. At 31-years-old, it is now indisputable, Ibra is playing better than he ever has done."
|Congratulations to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Goal.com's 183rd World Player of the Week