Zlatan Ibrahimovic may not be on the pitch for Paris Saint-Germain at present, but the super Swede has still enjoyed the best season of his career to date.
The 32-year-old suffered a thigh injury in PSG’s UEFA Champions League first leg against Chelsea and has since been out of action. It is not yet known whether or not Zlatan will return again this season.
The French titleholders travel to face FC Sochaux-Montbeliard on Sunday, knowing that a win will see them crowned champions for a second consecutive campaign—a first in the capital club’s history.
Laurent Blanc and his side’s potential league and domestic cup double owes plenty to Ibrahimovic’s exploits, but for the talismanic striker it is just the latest in a long line of impressive achievements.
The PSG no. 10 has broken all sorts of records in the French capital this season and his most productive campaign to date has produced all manner of insane statistics. However, there are a number of equally crazy facts and figures from throughout Ibra’s career that many people have overlooked or forgotten.
Here are eight insane Ibrahimovic statistics that no one is talking about at present.
*All statistics from Ligue 1 are thanks to Ligue1.com. Ibrahimovic's Champions League statistics come via UEFA.com, while figures from his time at Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona and AC Milan come from soccerway.com.