Zlatan Ibrahimovic wows Stožice and sends a message to Slovenians: ‘Stick together, support each other and help each other’
Not long ago, he was wearing the Italian giant’s jersey AC Milan and then made a decision on the bridge of his nose: “It’s over!” But on Friday, Zlatan Ibrahimović was back on the pitch. This time, however, only for charity. The legendary Swede was one of the many celebrities who performed at Čeferin’s charity spectacle and helped raise
more than €3.5 million
for flood victims. Zlatan Ibrahimović was not initially announced as a participant in the charity match, but was in fact a surprise guest, and in the end the iconic striker admitted that he really doesn’t regret his decision to come to Ljubljana.
“I am proud and happy, it was my first moment on the pitch after I retired. I felt very welcomed, the reception from the fans was really great and I’m really happy to be here. I hope that we have brought at least some love and joy to people after the difficult moments that have happened. I’m here to help and I hope the fans enjoyed it as much as we did on the pitch,“, 41-year-old Zlatan Ibrahimović told 24ur after the match in Stožice.
The retired striker, who scored goals wherever he played, concluded with a message to all Slovenians: “I think it’s important to be strong. You have to be and always fight for what you want. Stick together, support each other and help each other. People around the world will help you too.”
This text was automatically translated using AI.