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Video: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Says He Doesn’t Compare Himself to Mere Humans

Video: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Says He Doesn’t Compare Himself to Mere Humans

Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has refused to compare himself to other Premier League forwards – because a ‘lion’ like him doesn’t compare himself with humans.

The Swedish superstar has enjoyed a brilliant debut season in English football, where he has scored 26 goals in all competitions so far – and looks likely to add at least a few more to that tally before the end of the campaign.

As you’ll probably be aware, Zlatan is always good for a quote or two, and during an interview with BT Sport before United’s match with Everton tonight, the 35-year-old didn’t disappoint us.

Asked who he considered to be the best striker in England’s top-flight, Zlatan considered Lukaku and Aguero, before revealing why he doesn’t include himself on the list:

Ah Zlatan. Never change, never change.

But what do you make of his assertion? Is Zlatan really above comparison with the likes of Lukaku, Aguero and Harry Kane?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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