Balotelli: Ibrahimovic changes a game when he wants, I learned a lot from him

The Italian striker admits playing at Inter with the enigmatic 34-year-old helped him develop and believes he made the right choice in playing for Sweden at national team level

Mario Balotelli says Zlatan Ibrahimovic is capable of changing a game on his own and admits he learned a great deal from training with him at Inter.

Goal 's Euro 2016 columnist spent two years in the same Nerazzurri side as the Sweden talisman and believes the ex-Juventus, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain star has improved even further since then.

Check out the video above for Balotelli's full thoughts on Ibrahimovic, and who will star between him, Paul Pogba and Cristiano Ronaldo at Euro 2016.

Mario Balotelli appears courtesy of PUMA Football .

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