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“For history, Messi had to win but Mbappé will still win a World Cup” according to Zlatan


Former Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to the final of the last World Cup, and does not fail to criticize the behavior of the Argentines.

Accustomed to green squares, Zlatan Ibrahimovic will soon be on the big screen.

The former Paris Saint-Germain striker (180 games between 2012 and 2016, 156 goals) is one of the many stars who will be featured in the next film Asterix and Obelix, in theaters on February 1.

At 41, the Swedish striker plays the role of Antivirus, Caesar's sidekick.

How can Caesar play Caesar's right arm?

» laughed the AC Milan striker when he heard the news.

Guest of the morning of

France Inter

, alongside the director of the film Guillaume Canet, "Zlatan" returned to his Parisian years.

I love France, I spent four years in France, I put French football on a global level, and that's confidence, not arrogance!

“Assumes the giant of 1m95.

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The former PSG striker, still sidelined due to injury, returned to the final of the last World Cup.

After a legendary match, Argentina had dismissed France on penalties.

If you want this cup to be remembered for the rest of history, who should win?

Messi had to win

,” explained the Swede.

However, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is not worried about Kylian Mbappé, who arrived in Paris a year after the departure of the former Barcelonnais.


But Mbappé will still win a World Cup, I'm not worried about him.


Finally "Zlatan" also returned to the behavior of the Argentines, who repeatedly made fun of the French, and in particular Kylian Mbappé after the final.

They behaved badly.

They won once, but they won't win again.

Because you don't win like that


Source: lefigaro

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