New LA Galaxy Signing Zlatan Ibrahimović Gives Classic Interview After Stunning Debut

New LA Galaxy Signing Zlatan Ibrahimović Gives Classic Interview After Stunning Debut

New LA Galaxy Signing Zlatan Ibrahimović Gives Classic Interview After Stunning Debut

The Swedish worldwide, who was officially introduced and had his first training session as a new Galaxy player on Friday after arriving in Los Angeles on Thursday night, had only been on the field for six minutes when he scored his first MLS goal, the 3-3 draw. "That was the ball that went in", he said.

"It was a good team effort, but, in the end, I think it was a Zlatan day", Galaxy forward Ola Kamara said. 'After that, I was like, '"just stop the game now".

In a town built on blockbuster movies, Zlatan Ibrahimovic wrote an ending beyond even the wildest dreams of Hollywood, announcing his arrival at Los Angeles Galaxy with a stunning volley and a late victor against Los Angeles FC. I chose the power way and it went in and you don't want the adrenaline to finish.

"If they don't know me, I will make sure that they know me", he said with a grin.


"We need to have a balance, to save strength for the whole game because under these weather conditions is not easy". I did the first sprint and I was starting to breathe immediately, so when the second came I said this time I shoot, I don't run with the ball.

The former Manchester United star who was released by the club only last week, stayed only six minutes on the pitch before he blasted home from as far as 35 yards in the 77th minute to announce his arrival in Hollywood, the world's acclaimed capital of the make- believe. "But when you're losing 3-0 and you win 4-3, it's fantastic for the fans". "This is the first of many games to come". So I gave them Zlatan.

Galaxy coach Sigi Schmid meanwhile said the team had weighed playing Ibrahimovic amid concern for his fitness. You can't teach that. "But I also think you get used to it".

"Ibrahimovic is the flawless definition of a guy who always dares to be brilliant", the German said.

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