Zlatan's Childhood Dream: Before he became a football star, Zlatan's childhood dream was to become a professional tennis player.

Inspired by Ronaldo: As a young player, Zlatan was greatly inspired by Brazilian legend Ronaldo Nazario. He even had posters of Ronaldo in his room and idolized his playing style

Never Underwent Trials: Unlike most players, Zlatan never had to go through trials at any club. He was scouted by Malmo FF while playing for his local team and quickly rose through the ranks.

 Goal-Scoring Debut: Zlatan's professional debut for Malmo FF at the age of 17 resulted in a stunning goal from 35 yards out. This goal marked the beginning of his remarkable goal-scoring prowess.

Ajax Controversy: During his time at Ajax, Zlatan faced controversy when he pushed teammate Rafael van der Vaart during a training session. This incident strained their relationship, but they later reconciled.

Bicycle Kick Masterpiece: Zlatan's incredible bicycle kick goal against England in 2012 was voted FIFA's Goal of the Year. It showcased his immense skill, creativity, and audacity.

International Retirement: In 2016, Zlatan announced his retirement from international football. However, he made a sensational comeback and represented Sweden in the 2018 World Cup.

Serial Title Winner: Zlatan has won league titles in five different countries, including Sweden, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, and France. He is one of the few players to achieve this feat.

Dual Record Holder: Zlatan holds the record for scoring the most goals for the Swedish national team (62) and the most goals for Paris Saint-Germain (156).

 Acrobatic Volleys: Zlatan is known for his spectacular volleys. He has scored numerous acrobatic goals throughout his career, displaying his exceptional athleticism and technique.