Zlatan Ibrahimovic Apologises to Manchester United Fans for Arsenal Suspension
Nov 09 2016 by Marjorie Miles
Zlatan Ibrahimovic joked "I thought that was only me who had scored 25,000" after netting the milestone Premier League goal in Manchester United's 3-1 victory over Swansea City.
Ibrahimovic, who signed for the Red Devils on a free transfer in the summer, ended his goal drought by scoring twice at the weekend.
The former Sweden global netted four goals in his first four Premier League fixtures, but then went six games without finding the back of the net.
"I find it hard to believe he has ever been anything other than completely committed to wanting to get out on the training pitch every day", he continued.
The defenders were subsequently dropped by Southgate for the games against Scotland and Spain during the worldwide break but only because the Three Lions boss feels that there is something wrong with their fitness, otherwise they would have played against the Swans.
"We have a mix of ages - experienced players, young players, the quality is there", he told Inside United magazine.
"The pieces are there, we just need to put the puzzle together".
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"They've got personal problems which I don't need to relay, but sometimes a manager needs to be a psychologist as well, and also to be a counselor because you can't treat everybody in the team [the same], every manager must know that". I don't say things are bad because things are good.
"We're playing football and you need to have a balance in your head to find the right level where you enjoy it but, at the same time, you perform".
The England global recently spent 11 months on the sidelines after sustaining a horrific double leg fracture in a Champions League game at PSV Eindhoven in September a year ago.
"When you play a game here, there is no team controlling it, it's back and forth, back and forth, back and forth".
"With my performance, I am happy".
Numerous club's medical department survived the cut, however, the Man United boss is less than impressed with his team's injury record so far this season.