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US News When Zlatan compares himself to a lion

10:10  18 october  2020
10:10  18 october  2020 Source:   sports.fr

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Injured Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic used Instagram to showcase his improving physical condition as he compared himself to a lion .

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Great architect of the victory of AC Milan in the derby against Inter (2-1) on Saturday, Zlatan unsheathed his more beautiful punchlines at the end of the meeting.

After defeating the coronavirus at the start of the week, Zlatan Ibrahimovic was back to competition on Saturday, for the always eagerly awaited derby between AC Milan and Inter Milan , as part of the 4th day of Serie A. Author of a double, the Swedish giant, who will have marked with his imprint this shock won by the Rossoneri (2-1) , proved that he was still and always "hungry". And it's all Milan that begins to dream bigger ...

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Injured Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic used Instagram to showcase his improving physical condition as he compared himself to a lion .

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"I was hungry, and I showed it"

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“This derby was very important, a derby that AC Milan had not won for four years. I was hungry, and I showed it, assured Zlatan at the microphone of Sky Italia. No, I was not afraid of the Covid-19. I was doing tests every three days, but I couldn't miss the derby. The team is progressing a lot, the young people are training well, they are all hungry and want to win. The title? “Yes, there is a chance to win the Scudetto. Whoever believes in it can do anything. We work in that direction, and then see what will happen. It's still a long time ... "

" Like a lion with a lot of experience "

In two appearances this season in the league, the 39-year-old former Parisian has already scored 4 goals. Like good wine, Zlatan gets better with age. “I didn't know if I should stop or not, but Mino Raiola (his agent) told me it was too easy to end up like this,” he said. Milan arrived and I went. Now I feel like a lion with a lot of experience. If I had the condition I had when I was 20, no one would stop me. But they don't stop me anyway ”. Until when ?

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Dynamo frustration and worries about Leo - "He was screaming all the time" .
Early led, then lost - and possibly also Chris Löwe seriously injured. It was a used derby evening for Dynamo Dresden against FSV Zwickau. © imago images Chris Löwe had to be treated with great pain. The scene in the 15th minute lay like a dark shadow over the derby between the two friendly Saxon clubs Dynamo Dresden and FSV Zwickau. When the score was 1-1 after early goals by Philipp Hosiner (2nd) and Marco Schikora (4th), Julius Reinhardt fouled Chris Löwe in midfield.

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