Ibrahimovic: ‘If you give me gets you know that your prices are going to win’
Zlatan Ibrahimovic stressed that he last summer had already announced that he is with Manchester United and prices would win. The Swedish striker picked up Sunday with the ‘Red Devils’ League Cup.
“I have said that I would win and that we have done. Others talk only after a victory. I announce my victories in advance, that is the big difference,” said Ibrahimovic, who Sunday in the final at Wembley against Southampton (a 3-2 victory) two times scored.
Earlier this season won Ibrahimovic with Manchester United at Wembley the match for the Community Shield from Leicester City (2-1). “This is the second time we are here, and the second cup that we pick up. I am very satisfied,” said Ibrahimovic. “Here am I come: in order to win.”
It was for Ibrahimovic in the 32nd prize of his career, made two league titles with Juventus because of a corruption-scandal later revoked. The Champions League and world cup-gold is still missing on his impressive roll of honour.
Ibrahimovic: ‘I have a private museum for my medals’
“Each award is special and important,” Ibrahimovic. “Other players who want the world cup or the Champions League win. That way you do not win anything. You need every price is what you play for want to win. That is what I do.”
For his League Cup medal, the 35-year-old Ibrahimovic is a special destination. “He goes to my museum. I have a house just for the medals.”
According to Ibrahimovic, the second prize of the season for a large part to the introduction of José Mourinho. “The manager is accustomed to winning. If you are a manager if he does, then you know what you get. And if you’re me, you also know what you get.”
“We work hard, We believe in what we do. By this prize winning, growing our confidence. The statistics speak for themselves. Of the five awards this season we have won two. We play for the other three.”
League Cup Manchester United-Southamtpon picture
The decision in the final. Ibrahimovic blasts it 3-2 after an assist from Herrera.
Disappointment at a Southampton supporter after the winning of the United.
Ibrahimovic celebrates his first goal in the final, from a nice free kick.
Lingard celebrates the 2-0 United with team-mate Valencia.
The Italian striker Gabbiadini brings Southampton with two goals back to 2-2.
Mourinho, who for the fourth time as a coach, the League Cup wins, kicks a ball.
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