Zlatan Ibrahimovic has started his time at Manchester United on the front foot. He scored on his debut four minutes into the pre-season friendly 5-2 victory over Galatasaray at the Ullevi Stadium in his native Sweden. Then Ibrahimovic scored the winning goal in the FA Community Shield at Wembley, beating Leicester City 2-1 to win the trophy for the first time in three years. Zlatan then did only what he could do by scoring a brace, one from the penalty spot against Southampton at his competitive Old Trafford debut in the Premier League. A record could have been broken should he have scored against Hull City last Saturday, a record which has stood for 91 years, but it was not meant to be, despite the Swede trying to find the back of the net with Hull being ultra defensive, trying to get a point out of the match, before Marcus Rashford struck home anyway. Zlatan has scored four goals in four games, which is a great record. FullTimeDEVILS are asking for you to describe the Swede in one word. Zlatan, God, and Beast have all be used. Those that are troll-like and love bitterness, or Manchester City as many call them suggest he’s overrated, rubbish, and things like that. Remember, don’t be like them, don’t suck lemons. So far in his Manchester United career, Zlatan in BRILLIANT!
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