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Ibrahimovic pulls out to ex-teammates: “I can do it much better”

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For the decisive groepsduel of Sweden against Mexico at the world cup, the Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic removed his colleagues in the national team. The matches view, was “different, because I had the feeling that I’m much better than them”. “And I can feel it still,” said the attacker’s Los Angeles Galaxy, who now also is expert at the American sports channel ESPN.

“However, there comes a time, when you say: “let them do and let them enjoy’. Because where I came from, I was not welcome. I put all of that passed and was captain of this team. Bigger than that is not,” said the 36-year-old football player.

After the european CHAMPIONSHIPS in 2016, stopped Ibrahimovic as international, but for the world cup he had demonstrated that he was again in Sweden, wanted to take office. Coach Janne Andersson took him, although not in the selection. The Swedish star is feeling in top condition. “I’m like wine. The older, the better. Age is just a number.”

On the last match day in group F at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in Russia take Mexico and Sweden, the other in Ekaterinburg. South Korea and Germany play at the same time against each other in Kazan. Mexico has 6 points from 2 matches, and stands at the head in the group. Germany and Sweden each have 3 points. South Korea is last in the group with 0 points.

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