The birthday boy continues to mislead some with his arrogant public personality, but the 39-year-old’s performances deserve respect. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is celebrating his 39th birthday the way he doesn’t like. The AC Milan striker infected with the coronavirus was isolated on September 24. The Swedish responded naturally to his positive test in a cocky manner.
“Covid dared to challenge me,” he wrote on Twitter. “Bad idea.” Some football fans have long been fed up with Ibrahimovic’s hyperbolic public personality, usually referring to himself in a third person and making tongue-in-cheek boasts about his superhuman strength. However, “Zlatan’s work” is, to be sure, an action, an imitation of the arrogant nature he created.
His autobiography is also a long story; An exaggerated version of Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s life and time delighted his fans. David Lagercrantz gave people what they needed: levels of provocative arrogance in Zlatan’s throat, as the ghostwriter puts it, “Literary Ibrahimovic”. On the contrary, of course, makeup at this stage is not necessary, and there is no need to make bold arguments about Ibrahimovic’s achievements or courage.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s story is incredible, and its final chapter proves most excellent.
Entering his 40th year, Ibrahimovic is still performing at a ridiculously high level in Serie A. Just before being sidelined by covid-19, Ibrahimovic scored two goals beating Bologna in the 2020-21 campaign with a 2-0 win in San Siro. “I might have scored even more goals, If I were 20, I would score two more.”
Zlatan calls himself similar to Benjamin Button. He says he was born old, and he’ll die young! Again, his tired critics may not turn a blind eye to such arrogance, but the character Ibrahimovic says should not shy away from what Ibrahimovic does as a player.
Not only was he still in excellent form. Stefano Pioli recently admitted he “shocked” by Forward’s physical condition before the start of the season. But he suffered a severe ligament injury to his knee while playing for Manchester United in April 2017. Although Ibrahimovic was linked with a return to Europe last year, he is more interested in joining the Swedish company Hammarby than pursuing his career in one of the ‘Big Five’ leagues. However, Sports Director Pavlo Maldini took Ibrahimovic, who came in the winter transfer window, to pick up a pound.
The gamble has paid off spectacularly. In conclusion, Milan’s TV channel interviewed Calhanoglu and he told, “We now have one leader on the bench. That is Pioli. Another on the pitch, Zlatan.” Whatever one thinks of Zlatan’s act, Ibrahimovic’s impact at Milan demands respect.
Happy birthday, legend!