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Sweden: Ibrahimovic returns to national team five years after quitting international football

By Ruptly
23 March 2021   |   2:25 pm
Swedish football superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to the national team five years after he quit international football. He spoke about his feelings at a news conference in Stockholm on Monday. "To play in the national team is the biggest thing you could do as a football player. And as I was following them, inside me I was feeling, I think I can help them, I think I can do something," said the legendary footballer.

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