Zlatan Ibrahmovic has been one of the most entertaining footballers of his generation.
While he might not have won it all, his ability and talent is surely world-class and worth acknowledging.
In this video from uMAXit Football‘s YouTube channel, we get to know the career story of Ibrahimovic, from his colourful childhood to his current spell at Manchester United.
This one’s a must-watch!
Do you think Zlatan Ibrahimovic is among the top five strikers in the world right now?
While John Stones might have been criticised on a few occasions for defensive errors this season, he is certainly one to look out for in the future, especially given his ability on the ball.
A player with the potential to go on and become an important element in England’s defensive jigsaw, Stones has shown glimpses of his talent at Manchester City in the Premier League.
And while he continues to give good performances in the eyes of his manager, Pep Guardiola, this Squawka stat shows that he does love to play the ball out from the back and dribble past opponents.
Stones has completed the same number of league take-ons this season (17) as Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo (yes, you read that right!).
Do you think John Stones has shown improvement, playing for Manchester City?
John Stones has completed the same number of league take-ons this season (17) as Cristiano Ronaldo.— Squawka Football (@Squawka) March 20, 2017
Bringing the ball out from the back. pic.twitter.com/kMQa5UbKE7
The Manchester derby has been rearranged for Thursday, April 27, the Premier League has confirmed.
The clash between Manchester City and Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium was postponed in February because of United’s involvement in the EFL Cup final.
Consequently, City’s league trip to Middlesbrough has been put back a day to Sunday, April 30. City still have another game against West Brom to rearrange due to their progress to the FA Cup semi-finals. A new date for that match will be confirmed next month.
A meeting on a Thursday is obviously not too common for the two clubs and the last time they clashed on that day was way back in 1994.
On the evening of November 10, during the 1994-95 campaign, the Red Devils ran out 5-0 winners at Old Trafford with Eric Cantona, Andrei Kanchelskis (hat-trick) and Mark Hughes all scoring in an emphatic Premier League victory.
Watch the highlights above.
1994 - The last time the Manchester derby was played on a Thursday, @ManUtd beat Manchester City 5-0 in November 1994. Rout.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) March 20, 2017