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Thursday, 15 November 2012

The greatest goal ever scored: Swedish striker's stunning propeller kick leaves even defeated England's fans applauding

By NEIL ASHTON and MATT BARLOW
Sporting beauty: Zlatan Ibrahimovic unleashes his incredible overhead kick after leaping six feet into the air to score the wonder goal that fired Sweden to a 4-2 victory over England Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic last night scored the ‘greatest goal ever’ to round off a crushing victory over England in the first match at his national stadium. The talented footballer's remarkable overhead kick came when he was 30 yards from goal. He sprang six feet into the air to arch the ball over the helpless goalkeeper and into the net. The world's biggest football names are already queuing up to praise the goal, with even England's gobsmacked stars hailing his achievement as 'extraordinary' and 'world class'.
Remarkable talent: The crowd went silent as the ball arched over helpless England goalkeeper Joe Hart into the back of the net - and then erupted in wild applause England captain Steven Gerrard, playing his 100th match for his country, said: 'It is the best goal I have seen live. 'The best goal I’d seen before that was Wayne Rooney’s against Manchester City. 'Everyone knows how special that was, but this one — an overhead kick from 30 yards when the ball is six feet in the air — only certain players can do that. And he is a special player. ‘This was a world-class performance from a world-class player.' Ibrahamivic's goal was his fourth of the match, taking the score to 4-2 to round off the first game at Friends Arena in Stockholm.
Game-changer: The player tears off his shirt to celebrate as the crowd on both sides cheers the incredible moment at Stockholm's new Friends Stadium The propeller kick came after goalkeeper Joe Hart had come out of his area to head the ball clear. Silence fell as those inside the arena held their breath. and watched the flight of the ball. Then the noise exploded as it landed in the net. Even England supporters stood to applaud the audacity of Sweden's captain, thrilled to witness such a brilliant flash of sporting beauty.
Pure delight: Sweden's captain celebrates his outrageous fourth goal of the friendly, with the world praising the sheer audacity of his remarkable propeller kick Ibrahimovic ripped off his shirt, tossed it towards the crowd and shrugged as he was shown a yellow card. Asked to rate his international career out of 10, Ibrahimovic replied: ‘Ten. When I saw the goalkeeper was out of his net, I tried to put it over him. It was a good try, and when it comes off it’s fantastic.’ source: dailymail

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