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You train to be like Zlatan, I am already Zlatan
by Samuel Charles, February 18th, 2013 10:31PM
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[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] A brief interview of Zlatan Ibrahimovic conducted after Lucas Moura's arrival at Paris Saint-Germain offers humorous insight into why the striker got sent off late in last week's Champions League victory at Valencia.

Lucas has four assists in six games after coming over from Brazil, after PSG paid $54 million dollars for the Brazilian’s services last fall. Many cited him as the best player on the field in last week’s win over Valencia at the Mestalla.

Ibrahimovic is in the midst of an unbelievable season, but with David Beckham and the new wunderkind infringing upon a spotlight the volatile Swede considers his, and his alone, the martial arts aficionado acted out, and will miss the return leg in Paris.

This interview that aired on French TV reveals glimpses into the inner workings of the mysterious Zlatan ...

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