You may or may not have heard (be honest, you heard) that Zlatan Ibrahimovic won soccer today by scoring a goal that broke physics. That goal came as the last of four goals by the Swedish god in his team's 4-2 win over England that has Sweden (probably) considering renaming the country after their almighty golden one.
Zlatan took a much more measured approach to reflecting on his goal (but seriously, rename Sweden Zlatanland). Quite simply, Zlatan thinks he is a superior wizard to Dumbledore.
Reporter @annabrolin on Swedish TV4: "What happens in your head?" Zlatan: "Magic, magic...haha"— Johanna Garå (@johannagara) November 14, 2012
If Zlatan did that on a quidditch field the snitch would come to him for a kiss and settle in his hand, ending the match in Zlatan's favor.
Zlatan was not done, though. He was asked to reflect upon his career and naturally, being the humble man that he is, he shortchanged himself.
Ibrahimovic is told in press conf that Steven Gerrard gave his England career 'six or seven' out of ten. What would ZI give himself? 'Ten.'— Daniel Taylor (@DTguardian) November 14, 2012
The match was the opening of Sweden's new national stadium, which should now be shutdown and turned into a Zlatan museum. All hail Zlatan.