Ibrahimovic responded to the victory in the Milan derby. Zlatan recalled Romelu Lukaku’s post from February.
Italian Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic responded with an interesting status to the victory in the Italian Serie A derby.
“The Milanese have never had a king, they have a God,” Ibra wrote on his Instagram page, and he likely responded to Inter forward Romelu Lukaku.
On February 10, Milan and Inter played under the auspices of the 23rd round of the last Italian championship, and then Lukaku’s team, which lost 0: 2 after the first half, won 4: 2. Zlatan bitterly remembered the tweet of the Belgian legionnaire at that time – “A new king appeared in the city”.
Recall that on Saturday derby was already won by Milan (2: 1), and Ibrahimovic managed to make a double. The 39-year-old Swedish star has already scored 4 goals in the last four rounds of Serie A.
‘Now I’m a better player than I was 10 years ago’
Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic spoke about his playing form and noted that he is now a better player than 10 years ago. In addition, according to the Swede, if he had had physical training 10 years ago, it would have been unstoppable.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: “I know my level. I went to the United States after the injury to feel good again. I told Jose Mourinho that I was not ready, and I did not want to be disappointed. So, I moved to America. “I needed Milan. Now I’m a better player than I was 10 years ago, and if I had the physical condition. Then, no one would have been able to stop me. However, even now, no one can stop me.”