Zlatan Ibrahimovic shoots down Leverkusen
Zlatan Ibrahimovic continued his scoring streak in the Champions League and added another stunning goal to his collection. In the space of four, first half minutes, the Swede converted a controversial penalty and powered in a left footed drive from the edge of the area as visitors Paris St Germain hammered Bayer Leverkusen 4-0 to almost certainly book a place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Leverkusen, who were reduced to ten men with 32 minutes remaining, now need the greatest of all comebacks in Paris next month while Zlatan praised his teammates for helping him score another two goals in the Champions League. he told UEFA.Com. "Today, I got to score goals thanks to my teammates. We try to help each other. In the end it's not important who scores, it is important that we score and get a result.
"For the second goal I got a good ball from [Blaise] Matuidi, tried to hit it and it was a good shot. I don't know if I am the best player ever to play in the French league, together with Zinédine Zidane. It's up to others to judge that. But I take it as a compliment."