Zlatan Ibrahimovic Steps Away at 41.

Born to a Bosnian father and a Croatian mother in Malmo,
Ibra ends this fairy-tale career of longevity and starts a new chapter.

Whether it be in Amsterdam, both aisles of Milan, Barcelona, Paris, Manchester, or Los Angeles, this Martial Art lover turned Footballing god has always had amazing things said about him.

Aside from his spectacular talent, as testified by the best trainers in the Sport like Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho, Fabio Capello, and Carlo Ancelotti, he has been credited to be that all-daring monster of an athlete. The same confidence got him to net a 35 meters howler against England in 2012.

The Swede is seen by most as one of the most prolific Strikers of all time, having won almost everything in Club football barring the UEFA Champions League, a surprise to all, seeing how close he has come to winning the much enviable trophy.

After his teammates secured an evening victory against Hellas Verona on Sunday, Zlatan said amidst tears,

‘It’s time to say goodbye to football, not just to you.
There are too many emotions now, go Milan, and goodbye’.

A moment of torrid emotions one last time as a football player on the hallowed ground of San Siro.

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