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Opponents have had a hard time stopping Zlatan Ibrahimovic this season, as he has helped guide AC Milan to the top of the Serie A standings, and his one goal and two assists last week against Arsenal have the Rossoneri on the verge of booking a spot in the final eight of the UEFA Champions League. One female reporter seemed to experience an equally tough time stopping Zlatan following a training session at the Milanello complex yesterday, as she was nearly struck by his car as he drove out of the parking lot and sped down the street.
We’re not sure if this woman was hoping to get a word with Zlatan’s front windshield, but she certainly wasn’t going to get any answers from the Swedish striker himself. Not even standing in the middle of the road in an attempt to block his car would help her cause, as the Swedish striker narrowly missed her while racing down the street.
Reports indicate that the woman called for some medical attention after claiming that she was hit by the driver-side mirror of Ibrahimovic’s car. However, that may be hard for her to prove thanks to the video below, which makes it appear as though she is the one who walked in front of Ibra’s car and placed her hands on it before he sped off.
Whatever the case may be, you can bet the authorities will be looking into this case, and it also wouldn’t surprise us to see a lawsuit come out of it. AC Milan has already stated that they believe Zlatan is innocent of any wrongdoing, but what matters the most is not what they believe. It’s what the Milan police believe.
Check it out.
Hat Tip – [Bleacher Report]
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