Zlatan-ibramovic-the-kungfu-masterHe does it again! The man who stunned the world with his incredible bicycle-kick goal while playing in an international against England seems to have been taking some kung-fu lessons off-late, as he scores an incredible kung-fu like volley against Caen on Saturday in Ligue 1 action.

Zlatan didn’t need much time to produce his stunner. It took hardly two minuted into the game for Ibrahimovic to produce this stunner of a goal from a Sergie Aurier cross from the right.

The Stunner of a goal: –

The Striker was himself pleased with the goal and his celebrations earned him a yellow card. The yellow card means that the Swedish Striker will miss PSG’s crucial clash versus Monaco next week.

PSG went on to double its lead towards the end of the first half through Ezequiel Lavezzi who scored in the 40th minute.

Things went really bad for PSG in the second half as the team was forced to play the final 20 minutes with just 10 men as Sergio Aurier was stretchered off with an injury. With 10 minutes left to play PSG went down to 9 men as Lucas Mora also went off injured. 9 vs 11 wasn’t much of a match and Caen came strongly in the final few minutes scoring twice in the 89th and 92nd minutes thereby earning a point.

This result means PSG remain in 3rd place behind Marseille and Lyon, with Lyon having a game in hand. The events that took place in the game also means that PSG will be missing Yohan Cabaye, Marquinho, Sergio Aurier and Lucas Mora for the clash against Chelsea in the Champions League round of 16 on Wednesday night.

PSG will still have their hitman upfront and will be hoping he can produce some magic against a Chelsea who just signed mega striker Cuadadro, that will certainly be looking to “park the bus” away from home.

Zlatan mini-profile

The 33rd old striker is widely regarded as one of the greatest strikers the game has ever produced. He started his professional career with Malmo FF in 1999 making 40 appearances in two seasons before making the switch to Ajax in 2001. Ibrahimovic has gone on to play for the likes of Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona and AC Milan after his stint with Ajax.

He joined PSG in 2012 and has so far scored an incredible 67 goals in just 83 matches. His list of individual achievements includes winning the FIFA Puskas award in 2013 and two consecutive Ligue 1 player of the year in the 2012/13 and 13/14 to name a few.

He has also been named in the FIFA FIFPro World 11 in 2013, The 2012 Euro team of the tournament and UEFA’s team of the year numerous times.

Zlatan has represented his home nation Sweden an incredible 101 times scoring 51 goals in the process. He always had an eye for the spectacular, so let’s take look some of Zlatan’s most incredible goals including his bicyle goal against England:

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