WATCH: Man Utd and Chelsea target scores 56th international goal

first_img Zlatan Ibrahimovic Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a brace to help Sweden stay second in their Euro 2016 qualifying group following a 3-1 victory over Montenegro on Saturday evening.The Paris Saint-Germain striker, who has been linked with both Manchester United and Chelsea of late, has a superb strike rate at international level.The 34-year-old’s latest goals take his tally to 56 from a total of 105 caps. Not too shabby.Perhaps goalkeeper Vukasin Poleksic should have kept out the powerful front man’s first low drive, however.Yet there was no debate about Ibrahimovic’s second goal; a smart finish from the outspoken striker, who told Real Madrid’s Martin Odegaard to ditch his Dad last week.But we’re sorry Zlatan, that celebration of yours needs some serious work. 1last_img