Sweden's Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates after scoring his
fourth goal against England during their international
friendly match at the Friends Arena in Stockholm.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has scored four outstanding goals,
including a contender for goal of this or any other season, as
Sweden opened their new Friends Arena with a 4-2 win over
"Ibra" capped an great personal display with a breathtaking
injury-time bicycle-kick from a botched Joe Hart header as
Sweden avenged their 3-2 defeat by England at Euro 2012.
In doing so he spoiled the celebrations of England captain
Steven Gerrard, who became the sixth man to win 100 caps for
But Gerrard was the first to praise the Swede, who moved into
third place in his country's all-time scoring chart taking
his tally to 39 goals from 85 internationals.
"His performance tonight was simply world class and that
fourth goal was one of the best I've ever seen," Gerrard told