If Zlatan Ibrahimovic played for a better team than Sweden then he'd surely end up as a Euro 2012 champion.
His country may have crashed out of the tournament but Sweden were saved from complete embarrassment by their AC Milan striker.
Ibrahimovic's goal against France—the best of the competition so far—was a sensational volley with perfect technique and it capped off an excellent game from the 30-year-old in which he again proved himself as his nation's only hope up front, creating two goalscoring chances for teammates.
The big forward has made the second highest amount of key passes at Euro 2012 and has also been a supremely accurate finisher, hitting more shots on target than any other player.
He also scored a well-taken goal in the first match against Ukraine, and was unlucky not to double his tally having hit the post, while against England he again was a major threat with six shots on goal and four on target.
Statistically he's been a better striker than anyone else at Euro 2012 so far. Just by watching Zlatan Ibrahimovic play it's very much clear that it is the case.