From the past 3 matches that Sweden has played, they have scored a total of 5 goals and 3 of those arrived from Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the Swedish forward is making an impact with his national team and trying to snatch a spot in the next stages of the 2016 Euro’s.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is considered to be an arrogant player and this is shown in the actual pitch as the star of PSG is not afraid to show his discontent whether it may be with an opponent he is facing or his own teammates.
The arrogance and attitude of Ibrahimovic has placed in a number of different situations. He has been banned on occasions for getting into fights with his own teammates and this is what happened back in 2010 when he was performing with the Ac.Milan jersey and in a training ground session, he fought with Oguchi Onuyewu.
On numerous occasions, his teammates from different clubs say that Ibrahimovic have insulted them or even threatened them.
The latest incident that occurred involving Ibrahimovic took place in March of the ongoing year when in a PSG match, the Swedish player said: In 15 years I’ve never seen a good referee in this shit country … they don’t even deserve PSG”
After Ibrahimovic said that statement, he was banned for 4 matches.
It was a very angry rant from Ibrahimovic but Sweden’s head coach Erick Hamsen has defended the actions of his player.
Sweden’s Erick Hamsen defender Ibrahimovic as the coach said: “You have to see the context in which it happens. It’s just after a match and there are a lot of feelings. He did not say this in a press conference. If we had a microphone in the locker room after games, we hear many things considered stupid by many. But that’s the way it works.”