Zlatan Ibrahimovic drops this summer for the world Cup in Russia. That told the 36-year-old Swede sat night during the popular tv show Jimmy Kimmel Live on the American channel ABC. Ibrahimovic wanted to not say or he also is effective will play for Sweden.
“Yes, I go to the world Cup,” replied Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the question of whether the world cup will play. When presenter Jimmy Kimmel, however, asked which shoes the striker’s LA Galaxy in Russia would wear, said Ibrahimovic evasive: “I have to be careful with what I tell, because if you do, I hung up. But a world cup without me would be no world cup.”
Ibrahimovic announced after the european CHAMPIONSHIPS of 2016 retiring from the Swedish national team. He wore the last time the national shirt in the team contest against the Red Devils (0-1 loss). Ibrahimovic has played 116 international matches and scored 62 goals.
Sweden ended up in his qualifying group as the second after France and just ahead of the Netherlands. This placed the Scandinavians themselves for the play-offs in which they (surprisingly) Italy turned off. At the world CHAMPIONSHIPS, Sweden is divided in group F with South Korea (June 18), defending champion Germany (June 23) and Mexico (June 27).