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Zlatan eyeing at a triple United record

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He may be 34-years-old but Sweden superstar, Zlatan Ibrahimovic would always prove his worth, wherever he goes.

Having arrived the English Premier League, 16 years after he (Arsene Wenger) rejected the chance of a trial at Arsenal, the serial league winner is keen to show that he is not late for his show.
When he files out at Old Trafford tonight, he will be looking to score another record – score on three debuts!
He scored an acrobatic goal against Galatasaray in his official debut, scored against Leicester in his England debut and he will be looking to score on his home debut against Southampton.
A striker, who averages more than one goal in two matches [394 goals in 679 matches] will be looking to help his United manager, Jose Mourinho, back to the zenith of English football.
Mourinho has said the Swede would not be a flash in the pan, because he has at least two ore good years ahead.
“He has a very high motivation, so I see him here, no doubts, for the next two years,” Mourinho told Sky Sports.
To which, Zlatan also told Sky Sports, “Let’s see what happens. You never know. It could be more than two, it could be more than three, let’s see how long I feel like I can perform.
“I will not be somewhere only because I am Ibrahimovic. I will be somewhere because I can perform and bring results.”

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