Sport Ibrahimovic threatens longer break due to injury
LeBron FIRES back at Zlatan's political activism criticism
The Los Angeles Lakers superstar also pointed out that Ibrahimovic clearly didn't feel the same way about spotlighting social injustices when the 39-year-old called out racism in his native Sweden.The Los Angeles Lakers superstar also pointed out that Ibrahimovic clearly didn't feel the same way about spotlighting social injustices when the 39-year-old called out racism in his native Sweden just three years ago.
AC Milan soccer star Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be out longer due to a muscular injury. According to the Ansa news agency, an examination revealed an adductor tear in the left leg.
In the worst case, the 39-year-old could be absent for three weeks, as the «Gazzetta dello Sport» wrote. Accordingly, the Swede would not only be absent in the games against Udinese Calcio and Hellas Verona in Serie A but also in the Europa League against Manchester United.
In the coming days, the striker is expected away from the sports field at the Italian music competition in Sanremo. The top scorer of the "Rossoneri" is said to be on stage at the Festival di Sanremo as well as other well-known athletes, as reported by Italian media. "I don't think he can be influenced by such a special week," said the club's technical director, Paolo Maldini, Sky Sport Italia. According to the station, the swimmer and Olympic champion of 2008 over 200 meters freestyle, Federica Pellegrini, and the recently acquitted of doping allegations, Olympic walker Alex Schwazer will be there.
The Festival della Canzone Italiana (Festival of the Italian Song) - also known as the Festival di Sanremo - looks back on decades of tradition and is one of the most important music events in Italy. From March 2nd to 6th, numerous artists want to perform at the Teatro Ariston in the coastal city in the Italian northwest. The show is broadcast on the public broadcaster Rai.
International: Ibra on Ronaldo: "The best player in history, without a doubt" .
star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic from the Italian top club AC Milan raved about the Brazilian legend Ronaldo. Ibrahimovic emphasized in an interview with Discovery Plus that the 1994 and 2002 world champions are the best player in history for him. © Provided by SPOX For Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ronaldo is the best player of all time. "I don't have to describe Ronaldo, 'the phenomenon'", said the Swede - only to then do it: "I always say that there are players who play the game.