We’ve seen goals even more eye-catching than this one from Paris Saint-Germain forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but it’s this caliber of strike that makes the Swede interesting to watch at any given moment.
In Sweden’s 3-1 win over Montenegro in a EURO 2016 qualifier, Ibrahimovic collected the ball normally near the byline from a throw-in. He edged toward the box before sizzling a strike along the pitch that sped past many defenders and left the opposing goalkeeper helpless.
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Four minutes later, Ibra notched his second goal of the game and 56th goal of his international career to finalize the scoreline at 3-1.