Ibrahimović revealed the worst memory of his career
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is currently out of action due to injury. However, the AC Milan striker is doing his best to make sure fans don’t forget about him. The player recently shared memories of the worst moment in his professional career.
- Zlatan Ibrahimović does not let himself be forgotten
- The 41-year-old is using his break from the game due to injury to talk to the media
- The Swede recently talked about his unpleasant memories
“Barcelona the worst memory of his career”.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is being treated for a knee injury. If there are no problems, the footballer will be able to return to play in mid-January next year. In an interview with Canal+, the footballer allowed himself a bit of openness.
– The worst memory in my career is Barcelona. It’s not about soccer. There I had to think too much. Yes, I was disappointed, I did everything differently. I thought twice before acting and got disappointed. There I lost my identity. Later I found it again, and that allowed me to conquer the world,” Ibrahimović said.
The Swedish striker defended the colors of the Camp Nou team from 2009 to 2011. Together with the Camp Nou team, the player became champion of La Liga in the 2009/20210 season. Ibrahimović’s account also includes the Spanish Super Cup (2009, 2010) and the European Super Cup (2009). Also to the 41-year-old’s credit is the Club World Cup (2009).
So far this season, Ibrahimović has not played a single game. Overall, the Milan player has played 159 matches, recording 92 hits and 35 assists in them