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مشاهدة مباراة السويد والنرويج بث مباشر
اليوم 12 - 6 - 2022 في دوري الأمم الأوروبية



At a time when world stars are planning to appear in the best possible way in the Qatar World Cup 2022, others remain out of the spotlight in the most prominent football event that is being held for the first time in the Middle East.


The next World Cup will witness the absence of many stars of the game, such as the Egyptian Mohamed Salah and the Algerian Riyad Mahrez, along with the Norwegian Erling Halland.



The list of absentees from the World Cup in Qatar also includes Italian Gianluigi Donnarumma, the best goalkeeper in Europe, and his veteran compatriot Giorgio Chiellini.


In today's episode of the "Absentees" series, Kouora focuses on Swedish legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic.


Ibrahimovic (40 years old) is considered one of the best strikers in the history of football. Throughout his career, he enjoyed perfect technical and physical capabilities. He also achieved many individual and collective successes with the various teams he played for.


According to several reports, next season will be the last in the career of the Swedish sniper, who had hoped to participate in the World Cup for the last time.


The Swedish team lost its qualification for the 2022 World Cup, after losing to its Polish counterpart 2-0 in the decisive confrontation that brought them together in the final round of the playoffs.


Many believe that Ibrahimovic is one of the players who have been wronged by their nationality. Perhaps his international career would have changed had he been in the shirt of another country, whether in the number of times he appeared in the World Cup, or in terms of continental titles.


Ibrahimovic is the all-time leading scorer for Sweden with 62 goals, scored in 121 matches.


Ibrahimovic opened his international career in 2001, specifically on January 31, against the Faroe Islands, which ended 0-0.


Ibrahimovic participated in only two editions of the World Cup (2002 and 2006), with a total of only 5 matches, against Argentina and Senegal in the Korean and Japanese championships, and against Trinidad, Paraguay and Germany in the World Cup in Germany.


At the club level, Ibrahimovic played in the colors of Malmo, Ajax, Juventus, Inter, Barcelona, ​​AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Los Angeles Galaxy.


Paris Saint-Germain is the club that Ibrahimovic has won the most titles with, with 13 titles. He also won the Player of the Year award in Sweden 12 times and Italy 3 times.


Ibrahimovic is also the top scorer in the French League 3 times, and the top scorer in the Italian League twice.


Over the course of his club career, Ibrahimovic participated in 815 matches, scored 492 goals, and assisted 203.

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