The Swedish striker added to his extensive portfolio of stunning strikes with a long-range volley in PSG's 2-1 win over Nantes on Tuesday
The Sweden international struck twice in the capital club's 2-1 Coupe de la Ligue semi-final win at Nantes on Tuesday, opening the scoring with a spectacular long-range volley before then popping up with a last-minute winner.
“When he scored that [first] goal, I laughed. It looked like he was playing with my children,” Raiola joked in an interview with France Football.
“I said to him after the game, 'Please, stop scoring goals like that because otherwise people will think French football is really easy; it's like you're playing with kids.'”
The 46-year-old then recalled a myth surrounding Nils Liedholm, the famous Swedish striker who played for AC Milan for 11 years.
"There is a legend in Milan that Nils Liedholm never misplaced a pass," he explained.
"One day, it happened! And then the whole stadium gave him a standing applause because people had realised he too was human.
“Well, the day Zlatan scores a normal goal, I will rise and applaud."
Raiola also believes Ibrahimovic's sensational form proves that the 32-year-old is the greatest talent in the game today, despite finishing fourth in the voting for the 2013 Ballon d’Or.
The agent added: “I continue to say that if there were now a vote for the best player in the world, I am sure that it would be he who would win.
“But it should not be a secret ballot, where you understand nothing.”